Category: Derek Scarlino

When Nonviolence Becomes Neutrality

by Derek Scarlino/Love and Rage I had a great teacher when it came to studying nonviolence, sitting in a classroom at SUNY Brockport nearly a decade ago discussing its history, its nuances, its concerted approach to negating power by challenging it, almost tauntingly, to lash out violently among […]

Je Ne Suis Pas Charlie

by Derek Scarlino Almost inevitably, there has to be something said about the Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris by the likes of Love and Rage. As a media initiative rooted in part by deep convictions on freedom of speech, and on a personal level, a rigid opposition to censorship, […]