Racial justice, working-class solidarity, and police defunding/abolition are some of the most crucial things that we’re protesting and organizing for, but they’re not the only ones.
Some issues are just as important, and yet they may fall through the cracks, especially if they don’t affect someone personally.
Disability rights are often overlooked by anyone who has not experienced disability through their own body or among family and friends.
Queer rights might seem secondary or be altogether dismissed by people enjoying heterosexual, cis-gendered existence.
Meanwhile, those who had never been faced with the dilemma of giving up on their homeland because of the inability to reconcile one’s convictions with its politics will never understand the privilege of being able to resist.