On Seattle: Me to WE is a Rallying Cry For 2020

The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone is a sign of where things can go if we take back our power

Three children ride together in Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone. (Photo: Omar Salisbury).
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“I mean, the beauty of what is happening is people are just wanting to be involved. So they’re starting to organize their own actions. I think it’s significant and important because if you look at what has happened in similar movements, we’ve ended up with figureheads — and when the figurehead is gone, the movement dies. The beauty of what’s happening now is that it’s becoming diffuse and harder to tell who the figurehead is because there are so many leaders all over the city doing their own thing but aligning to the common values and goals, which is incredibly powerful.” —Nikkita Oliver

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