The Most Dangerous People Always Claim They Want to Protect You From Dangerous People

Content warning: rape, Donald Trump, right-wing extremism.

Agnes Török is an award-winning spoken word poet and workshop leader writing about politics of fear and solidarity as resistance.

This spoken word video was made possible by CROWDFUNDING from Patreon.

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