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Let's Not Forget Why We Entered This Strike: Day 13 (Instagram post)
"hc_strike: Although this fight is within the walls of an elite academic institution, remember that this fight is ushered by working class BIPOC everyday on the ground. Continue to show up, uplift and fight for the communities most marginalized by these oppressive, settler-colonial structures. To BIPOC in particular, bringing up the sentiments from Fred Moten’s and Nia Love’s teach-in yesterday, there is a general strike enacted by and in our bodies everyday. In Moten’s words, “the strikes not gonna end; it’s just gonna transform about how we believe in each other— how we contribute to our own social aid and pleasure.”" (Instagram post text)