I have been watching videos of protestors being arrested in Portland, OR. Anger and disgust fill me as I watch violence perpetuated against the protestors, in some cases by what I can only call military goons. No ID, no idea who they are. Further reading tells me they are deployed[…]
This post is a continuation of my series on getting involved. The last post was about getting involved with your city council (click here if you missed it). This post is about your local school board of education. Who? What? Depending on where you live, you may never hear much[…]
This first post is about getting involved with your city council. The first time I interacted with a city council member was about a chained dog. I wrote asking about any city laws regarding chained animals and if there were any protections for them. She responded quickly and was very helpful.
Social media posts from people I learn from in regards to racial justice and black liberation are sharing suggested actions for white accomplices/allies. Shop at black-owned businesses. Call your elected officials. Elevate the work and voices of our black siblings. Protect black protestors from being physically[…]
I don’t need to tell you how bad it is. No matter where you live, you and your family have been affected by this. Some more than others. Restaurants are closing left and right. And I don’t mean temporarily. Many are closing for good. Like families that survive[…]