Roxanne Barber gets personal about why standing up for women is so important; supporting organizations that support women; joining sister marches all over New Mexico for the Women’s March on Washington; getting the Girl Scouts out of the inauguration ceremony.
Sometimes it’s black and white and sometimes it really isn’t. Increasingly in online journalism, there are no subtleties, just politicians who deserve sainthood and those who deserve to be pilloried in the public square. Until the day that we activists are… Read More ›
To free the City of ties to Wells Fargo we must act now. I spoke with Mayor Gonzales last night and he endorses our efforts. Wells Fargo is NOT on the City Council agenda; it is on the People’s Agenda,… Read More ›
This blog includes a link to an article in The Nation that describes what may be coming (not pretty); at our Saturday Town Hall we will discuss how to put pressure on your representatives who are heading home next weekend; now more than ever,… Read More ›
This blog focuses on how race has been used to divide us and how effective activism should be informed by both race and class. Links are provided to essays by Ian Haney-López, Robert Reich, and Bill Ayers and a model for how a City… Read More ›