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Slate’s To-Do List

Published on 9 November 2016, Slate’s “How to Channel Your Post-Election Anger, Sadness, and Fear Into Action” was one of the first comprehensive post-election to-do lists to be shared. The list contains areas of interest—reproductive rights, representation of women in government, climate, Islamophobia, freedom of press, bridging cultural divides, income inequality, immigration, hunger and poverty, and (my favorite) the future of liberal governance—each with a couple manageable action items.

Dividing the work in terms of subject allows the user to pick and choose, based on one’s interest and/or comfort. The list, by no means comprehensive, also demonstrates the breadth of the impact of Trump’s presidency.

PDF print-out of the web page here: how-liberals-can-channel-their-post-election-anxiety-into-action.