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.
Money in politics, land access in Española, report on Dem Party State Central Committee and reports on Lujan-Grisham’s bad vote, a case for civil disobedience, Rodella vs. Herrera, and the students lead again against gun violence.
Rodella vs. Herrera on the issues, more on the Santa Fe University of Art & Design, and a call for donations for Janene Yazzie, a heroic candidate for Public Regulation Commission.
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…
In addition to info on coming actions and events and links to last week’s blogs, this post provides some advice on how to use the blog and our website. Thanks to Andy Fertal, we also have a really great 3 minute clip of student speakers at SF March 4 Our Lives.
Today we present excerpts from Rep. Lujan Grisham’s excellent Energy Plan, a reminder about our reception for Eco-Incredible PRC candidates, Yazzie and Fischmann (meet two real heroes) and a tip of the hat to the Santa Fe Public Schools Board.
Many missed Saturday’s important post about how the PRC operates and why the 2018 PRC primaries are so important, also in today’s post you can find out more about Austin’s inspiring model for addressing chronic homelessness and about four important actions this coming week.
Evergreen Collectives, a Cleveland-based umbrella organization has created worker owned companies doing solar installations, green commercial laundry for hospitals, and a large scale urban farm…and is being replicated elsewhere in the US. Also, info on a new federal jobs initiative that makes sense.
The DCCC doesn’t prove the wisdom of the Dems picking moderate-conservative candidates in conservative districts, quite the opposite. This post also includes a video from Gar Alperovitz on capitalism and excerpts from the Congressional Progressive Caucus Budget
We have a tremendous opportunity to do something important with the Santa Fe University of Art & Design or we can be timid and take an easier path, but one that will very likely only increase the displacement of our low-income neighbors who build our homes, serve our food, maintain our hotels and provide critical…