The Week That Was

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Once again our Saturday feature spotlights the work of our DemCast graphics team. This week’s featured artist is @ShuriResists who told us, “I believe in fighting for diversity, equality and human rights. I think DemCast shares my views and I love making graphics for them!”

Like most weeks, this one had highs: the start of Black History Month, President Biden keeping his promises to immigrants and the nomination of Stacey Abrams for the Nobel Prize. There were also lows: the cowardice of Republicans in dealing with Marjorie Taylor Greene and the resulting confirmation that they have become the party of conspiracy theorists and hypocrites. Here is “The Week That Was.”


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