Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Ticking Clock

Is everyone afraid? Is everyone ashamed? Smashing Pumpkins, Doomsday song Doomsday Clock Now Two and a Half Minutes to Midnight, Thanks to Trump!   What a strange unprecedented week full of lies, “alternative facts” and being told we should all … Continue reading

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Things you should never flush!

We now have a federal government that will not protect us from water or air pollution. Many new burdens will fall on our cities to protect its residents.  All of us need to do everything we can to keep city resources … Continue reading

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Action Item on ACA

Subject: Get your stamps and envelopes…the work begins Diana Chapman Walsh was president of Wellesley College 8 years ago. She recently emailed her former colleagues the following idea: Listen Up! The Republicans need to get the message from the majority … Continue reading

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This is What Democracy Looks Like!

Saturday was an incredible day for democracy!  Thank you to everyone in the United States and around the world who marched or just lent their spirit of support!  “Hey, you have to hand it to Trump, he just became President … Continue reading

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Marching Forward

    https://www.womensmarch.com/ Saturday, January 21: March in solidarity for clean air and water, march for the protection of civil rights, women’s rights, and the health of our children. Imagine the world as we want it to be and work for it. … Continue reading

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Justice For All

Martin Luther King would have fought for environmental justice too. Read about it here.    

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We Expect Walkable Communities

Every pedestrian who loses to a driver is tragic. (http://www.startribune.com/minnesota-pedestrian-death-spike-illustrates-grim-us-trend/409805035/) Last year, I was knocked down by a car as I crossed 50th Street with the walk light in Minneapolis. By contrast, when I’m crossing busy Tower Avenue in Superior, … Continue reading

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