A pandemic is not the time to fall in line behind the president, but to demand action, Jonathan Guyer (Egypt, 2015-2017) writes in The American Prospect.

“The complacency of so many of us, online and at home, posting subtweets, replying all, and sharing nostalgia for public spaces past, is a cause for alarm,” he writes. “I’m fatigued from hearing about exploitative zoology shows on Netflix, sourdough starters, and Zoom-call etiquette. Because of these exceptional circumstances, or in spite of them, we must make noise.”

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