An inspiring rally, but just as a march is not a movement, neither is a rally. What is important is what you do today and tomorrow. Recent posts have been critical of DCCC Chair and our Congressman, Rep. Lujan, but I was among a handful of progressives who met with him this weekend in a…
A very tough week between North Korea and Charlottesville. But below are an array of opportunities to come together as a community that says yes to justice and no to war and racism. And since it has been such a rough week, I also include an inspiring poem and the video that brings both tears…
Today’s analysis points to the Democratic Party’s loss of seats in the US Senate and House and in State Legislatures across the country. We present this info in the hope that the Dem. Party will recognize that you can’t get different results without changing strategy.
Actions for the week of Aug 7-13 links to posts from last week and a brief review of the last week. Also a stunning preview for Tuesdays post on the 70 year decline of the Democratic Party from FDR to Today. Call to Action Today–Time to Oppose PNM.
Calling all activists. Retake has spent months now creating teams and structured opportunities where you can become involved in a sustainable, meaningful way. You are the change we are waiting for, but you have to take the step. This post provides you clear information on how you can be part of the solution.
Between the LEAP Manifesto outlined in Naomi Klein’s No Is Not Enough and Progressive Democrats of America’s People’s Platform, a progressive platform around which we can rally is emerging to hold the Democrats accountable and to galvanize our nation. Seattle has passed a city income tax on incomes over $250K generating $175M a year. Details.
When our friends at New Energy Economy ask for our support, we provide it and they are raising the alarm. And on another environmental front, the Sierra Club and our friends at Global Warming Express are launching a local after school program to educate kids about climate change and counter alt science education being foisted…
For many, the morning of last Nov. 9 was surreal, it was as if we had woken in a foreign land, but as John Pavlovitz describes below, the land we nostalgically thought we’d lost is a land that never was. With Trump, we have made explicit the implicit injustice that has been our history.
New study projects huge costs due to climate change, with most of the impact in the southwest, midwest, and Arizona, i.e. mostly GOP states. Map identifies impacts throughout the country. Chainbreaker launches Equity Summer. Details and actions you can take today!
The post includes an informative video from Sunday’s kick-off. Chainbreaker’s Tomás Rivera describes very clearly our Tale of Two Cities. Also info on today’s City Council action item regarding Ranked Choice Voting and what you can do. And an invitation to the Wall of Love unveiling at the Railyard with music, chocolate & speakers.