Fourth Annual March to Reclaim King’s Radical Legacy

Recuperation is a process by which radical ideas and images are commodified within media culture and society, and thus become interpreted through a more socially conventional perspective.

[ Young Activists for Black Lives Coalition carry a “Reimagining the Dream” banner through the streets of Oakland during the Fourth Annual March to Reclaim King’s Radical Legacy. January 15, 2018. ]

For the fourth year in a row, for 96 hours over the Martin Luther King Day Weekend, the Anti Police-Terror Project and comrades took to the streets “to stand in solidarity and say no to white supremacy, say no to state sponsored terror, say no to development over people, say no to misogyny, say no to homophobia and transphobia, say no to the targeting of immigrants, say no to the targeting of Muslims.”

In their call to action, the Anti Police-Terror Project (APTP) states, “Join us and show the Trump-Schaaf Regimes that WE WILL NOT COMPLY with their corporate agenda.”

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