The Rev. Barber’s New Poor People’s Campaign begins today at 2pm, Eastside of the Roundhouse, the first of 40 days of direct action and civil disobedience. If you are livid about any of a million ethical, political and moral affronts, this is the time to raise your voice.
We could be on a slippery slope to fascism as Congress may give the President power to detain anyone indefinitely without cause. This post also includes updates on Yazzie-Lovejoy and Romero-Trujillo campaigns. Also details on Monday’s PPC Rally.
Canvassing, House Parties, Phone Banking. It’s time to get out of our comfort zones and seek the change we want and to move toward a just transition in NM. Retake has five excellent candidates, all challengers, all underdogs, all in need of one thing: YOU.
Thoughts on the importance and potential for the Poor People’s Campaign coming in 7 days, our PPC civil disobedience training, actions for the week, and an assembly of the blog posts for the past week. A packed week, so now you can catch up.
Time to choose sides. Do we live safely in our comfort and accept what America is becoming or do we get out of our comfort zones and take a leap of faith? We’ve had very few options to really make an unequivocal statement. Until now.
Here are the DCCC’s options in a district in which centrist Dems have been squashed twice, so instead of remaining neutral and see if CO voters want to support a progressive, they elect to support a corporate lawyer whose firm defends the gun lobby.
Wow. Yazzie and Fischmann inspiredthe room. We ran out of donation envelopes. We also include video of their talk and links to their campaign sites, along with info on the status of SFUAD , and how to provide input. Finally, Mueller appears to have Trump caged and the GOP doesn’t seem ready to help Trump…
We have an opportunity to reshape our city and our state and launch it in a far more renewable and sustainable future. But we need you. Today’s post offers a number of great opportunities to start creating the change we believe in.
This is beyond cool. One techie who has no idea what he is doing has raised over $1 million and distributed those funds to 9 progressive House candidates, none supported by the DCCC. And one is from New Mexico’s District 2. Amazing story.
Last week was crazy: Ellenberg resigns, students walk out, Community Land Trusts emerge as an element of the University of Art & Design and more thoughts on and actions related to the DCCC and the 2018 primaries.