Hate crimes, Allyship, Social justice
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Your safety pins don’t matter. There has been a recent rise in a silent protest to Donald Trump’s racist, xenophobic, sexist and homophobic rhetoric that involvespinning a safety pin onto your shirt. It started off as a gesture of kindness and a message to the marginalized people, saying: “hey, we’re here and we’re not with them. ”By pinning your shirt, you have a quiet way to show you do not support Trump’s harmful messages and you are a safe person to talk with.
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Tracy, Sam, "Bare minimums in activism do nothing for a cause" (2016). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 145.