Protests were set up over a year ago in the event of Trump doing just what he did yesterday–fire Jeff Sessions. 39 National Organizations are calling for protests. Links are provided to information for protests throughout NM.
An inspiring day yesterday of canvassing for Abbas, texting for Stacy Abrams and participating in an architects charrette focused on sustainable housing options for the homeless, for very low-income renters, and for the very clever use of a range of misused urban properties. A good day. A brief report.
Each month Trump’s message becomes more hateful and baseless, but this messaging is what left us stunned in 2016 and it foretells a truly terrifying 2020 campaign where any semblance of democracy is jeopardized. We need to send a clear message now. If you have been on the sidelines til now, get in the game…
This post follows up on Thursday’s report on climate change and the possibilities for reforming the Supreme Court. Climate change is not on the radar for most Americans, so it is incumbent upon those that understand its importance, to act, not with marches but with conversations.
Mid-term election update, plus a report on slavery in America today, for profit prisons with inmates working for pennies on the dollar. Plus an opportunity to meet & support Matthew McQueen in Dist. 50.
We had been restored by our Road Trip, meeting so many inspiring folks doing things that if brought to scale could demonstrate a new path toward equity and justice. And then the Sunday NY Times happened.
Two actions sought today: support for adoption of sensible ID laws in NM and a call for the City to engage in meaningful outreach and planning with youth, low-income workers and working families. You are needed today.
Today we report on the immense challenge posed by a fortified oligarchy, the inspiring work of activists on the ground, an emerging new vision of what REAL transformation could look like, plus a shot at the lack of vision & courage of Dem. Party centrists.
Everywhere we go on the Road Trip, cities are grappling with affordable housing crunches much like those in Santa Fe. Today, we share some general themes and what is being done in cities across the nation and how they apply to NM.
Report on last week’s actions, the challenges ahead, and actions for this week, including an urgent request for support for reunifying immigrant families in from Lutheran Family Services in Otero County.