The twenties are a difficult period for any century. We are no different, having reached the point where the stresses of civil unrest have begun manifesting in the streets.
Civil disobedience was once thought of as an archaic practice of our less-civilised ghosts, but it has resurrected itself with piles of rubble and in-coherency that are impossible to ignore.
The drama of activism is a marketable commodity for social media and legacy media alike.
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