In addition to the massive Women's March on Washington planned for Saturday, January 21, organizers from around the country with leadership from D.C. residents are planning a "festival of resistance" on Inauguration Day itself. Interview #4 looks into what to expect all day in D.C., and what's already gone down this week (think queer dance party at Mike Pence's house).



One of the actions we are doing, the permitted one at Columbus Circle at noon on Friday, we are doing that as a festival of resistance. We have got a flatbed truck with dancers from a local gay club, a bunch of drummers, I think a student marching band or two. I think the role of celebration is really important because a lot of people after the election were very down on themselves. I think it is important to remind people that there is a lot of joy in politics, actually, when you take politics to the street.



Up at Truthout.


Up at The Baffler, with audio.


Interviews for Resistance is a syndicated series of interviews with organizers, agitators and troublemakers, available twice weekly as text and podcast. Previous interviews here.