Reflections from the Shut Down D.C. Climate Strikes in September, 2019 (photo essay)

#ShutDownDC activists gathered again on September 27 to close Global Climate Week with a protest outside of the EPA, Trump Hotel, and Wells Fargo. Photo credit: Zhivko Illeieff

If you were checking the news last month, you might have read about the “Shut Down D.C.” (also stylized as #ShutDownDC) climate strikes that took place in Washington, D.C. and around the world during September’s Global Climate Strike week.

Those actions were a sign of what was to come in October — two weeks of planned…

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Writer & media maker. Founder of progressivespeaker.com. Essays on tech, media, politics, and propaganda. Bulgarian American. Follow my work at themeltage.com.

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Zhivko Illeieff

Zhivko Illeieff

Writer & media maker. Founder of progressivespeaker.com. Essays on tech, media, politics, and propaganda. Bulgarian American. Follow my work at themeltage.com.

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