Not an easy post to work through, but capitalist greed has very human consequences. This post makes that cost very clear, in very human terms. Money was available to improve the facade, but only one fire escape, no sprinklers. Truly a shameful story. Brief report on plan to create a huge wind farm in Portales…
In this post: Ossoff’s loss in Georgia and the missing 40,000 voting records, info on Ranked Choice Voting in Santa Fe, which comes to the City Council June 28, and the June 30 unveiling of the Wall of Love.
Analysis of NM in terms of child welfare, poverty, housing affordability, health, and education, with a separate analysis of the City Not-So Different.
Today’s post includes links to an article on Exxon shareholders’ remarkable vote, New Energy Economy’s increasing pressure on PNM, and information on an array of coming events.
We’ve all been there — going back and forth, arguing a point to no avail. What if you stopped trying to persuade people and instead learned how to engage people, to listen to their point of view and let them persuade themselves? We’ve found a remarkable, research-based strategy that helps people change their own minds.…
This post covers what our exit from the Accords means to us internationally; what it means to our planet; what cities and states can do; what an indigenous alliance is doing, and just how advanced climate change may be. There are effective strategies emerging to an increasingly frightening challenge.
Health Security Act meetings, community organizing and effective political communication and a book club on gentrification and a tremendous one-hour interview with Mark Diaz Truman, one of the trainers for our June 10 training. The interview was taped Monday and it is very interesting and a great preview for the training.
Today’s post clarifies the purpose of the June 10 training, as many have written it sounds very interesting, but they don’t want to canvass. We also provide info about one last time to participate in the Wall of Love, and close with an extraordinary, inspiring video.
For months Roxanne has pleaded, “write it shorter.” No one has the time to read it. Sometimes, it takes awhile to sink in, but posts of 1,500 – 2,500 words are done, a commitment to no more than 650 words starts now. Today’s post? An upbeat note on…
Santa Fe is divided into communities that have much and those that have little. It is long past time to address this. Retake has become part of a partnership comprised of Chainbreaker, Earth Care, Somos Un Pueblo Unido, Indivisible, & Democratic Socialists on a journey to economic and social justice. The journey starts now. Details within.