Also a report on how we might curtail the rape of our natural and human resources by multi-national corporations, a petition to the Mayor and an announcement about our KSFR radio show.
Time for a dramatic shift to the left? Trump trade and immigration policies are eroding Trump’s base and provides a powerful video of family separation and evidence that the Midwest may be primed for a revolt. Also, Parkland students come to NM tomorrow.
Reflections on the reported “progress” in Entrada negotiations, actions for the coming week, and links & summaries of last week’s three important blogs describing an approach to green affordable housing development that may be relevant to NM.
Thoughts on reported Entrada progress, the National Governors Conference, and reflections on this Road Trip and the real work will be upon return trying to synthesize lessons learned and translate them to a NM context.
We’ve been learning an enormous amount on our Road Trip, particularly inspired by what we have learned in Buffalo. Today, Roxanne and I share some of what we’ve learned.
We are seeing the tremendous value to this trip. Yesterday we met with leaders from Push Buffalo and Open Buffalo and toured the Riverfront, Fruit Belt, and West Side neighborhoods. We could spend a week here the story is so rich and inspiring.
Also this post includes a brief preview of what is next on our Look, Listen & Learn Road Trip, local actions planned and Retake launches a targeted outreach effort to engage and activate supporters. We need many more of you in the game for more than rallies.
Also in this post: reports that Dist 46 Dem. Ward Chairs are subverting the party to advance opposition to Dem. nominee Andrea Romero — a divisive effort at a time when unity is needed more than ever.
Immigration Action: Rallies in NM, bus trips to Texas border, Spanish-speaking interviewers needed to interview separated children. Judge orders reunification within 30 days. Progressive successes across the nation. NM Children: New report ranks NM children dead last.
Thoughts from Cecile Lipworth, from our Leadership Team who protested in Tornillo, TX this past weekend and info on civil disobedience against the Gov. on Thursday as we get serious about separations and detentions.
1,800 miles in 4 days to get here, more rain than we’ve ever seen, a hacked computer, an inspiring march to the Capitol. And Sunday a day to rest and reflect. Today’s post includes a 6-minute video of the march and a brief report on the Look, Listen, Learn Road Trip.