“The people with weapons are afraid of pen-wielding hands,” said poet U Yee Mon.
"Sensing the power of carefully chosen words, the generals have imprisoned more than 30 poets since the putsch, according to the National Poets’ Union. At least four have been killed,"
A Sojourners article which quotes several voices who support the right to protest, including Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Washington, DC bishop Mariann Budde, and Army General James Mattis. Written by the Rev. Jim Wallis.