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It was important that we accept that we are all human and if we lose the labels and drop the hate we can come together as one," said SDS leader [[Lydia Christensen]].<ref>[http://www.fightbacknews.org/2019/7/14/activists-oshkosh-wi-call-closure-trumps-concentration-camps]</ref>
 
It was important that we accept that we are all human and if we lose the labels and drop the hate we can come together as one," said SDS leader [[Lydia Christensen]].<ref>[http://www.fightbacknews.org/2019/7/14/activists-oshkosh-wi-call-closure-trumps-concentration-camps]</ref>
 
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==Student comrades==
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[[Ryan Hamann]] May 9, 2018 ·
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With [[John Breaux]], [[Marlise Kristina]], [[Jessica Martinez]] and [[Lydia Christensen]].
 
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Latest revision as of 15:00, 14 February 2020


Lydia Christensen is a Wisconsin activist.

Lights for Liberty rally

On the evening of July 12, the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Students for a Democratic Society (UWO SDS) hosted a Lights for Liberty rally, demanding an end to the Trump administration's detention policy and the closure of the concentration camps, where tens of thousands of immigrants are being held in clear breach of international law. The call to action drew roughly 30 people from Oshkosh and the surrounding Fox Valley area.

It was important that we accept that we are all human and if we lose the labels and drop the hate we can come together as one," said SDS leader Lydia Christensen.[1]

Student comrades

Ryan Hamann May 9, 2018 ·

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With John Breaux, Marlise Kristina, Jessica Martinez and Lydia Christensen.

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