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Recently I’ve been pondering the significance of what one of my college professors once said: “Every action or inaction you take is a political statement.” Since losing my job in the non-profit sector, it seems I’ve taken an unintentional hiatus from being consistantly in this mindset. Last month I went to a protest with one of my friends, reigniting my zeal for social justice. It made me ecstatic to know that I’m still familiar with the old protest chants, that I still get enraged by injustice, and that I require the knowledge of the world’s happenings and must leave my hiatus of apathy by the wayside.