Yale University, 1961. Stanley Milgram (Peter Sarsgaard) designs a psychology experiment that remains relevant to this day, in which people think they’re delivering painful electric shocks to an affable stranger (Jim Gaffigan) strapped into a chair in another room. Disregarding his pleas for mercy, the majority of subjects do not stop the experiment, administering what they think are near-fatal electric shocks, simply because they’ve been told to. Milgram’s exploration of authority and conformity strikes a nerve in popular culture and the scientific community. Celebrated in some circles, he is also accused of being a deceptive, manipulative monster. His wife Sasha (Winona Ryder) anchors him through it all. 1hr 35min
Trump Foreign Policy
Chronicling the Trump administration's foreign policy
It goes without saying that St. Pete for Peace has never, and will never condone any form of violence, even when carried out by those on the left with whom we share common ideologies, as below:
There was agroup of activistsin Charlottesville, VA on August 12 that the media has largely ignored.
They are called Redneck Revolt, and theybelieve in"the total liberation of all working people, regardless of skin color, religious background, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationality, or any other division that bosses and politicians have used to fragment movements for social, political, and economic freedom."
A handful of socially-conscious hip hop artists from Australia. Not all songs are about an "issue" - some are just great songs performed by artists who are pro-peace and anti-war! (Seth Sentry, The Herd, Hilltop Hoods, Bliss N Eso, Urthboy)