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Don't want to care about politics? That's a privilege in action.

On participation, silent majority, and privilege.

15 May 2017
Club News
The picture was taken at a peaceful rally in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The picture was taken at a peaceful rally in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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