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Rachel Dolezal is a dedicated and principled person who is giving a great deal to our community for equality, justice, and human rights, and working very hard to do so in ways that support others' emerging leadership as well. Her actions in leadership and in giving to our community are what matters to me. I am really disappointed and outraged at this horrendous bandwagoning and fevered sensationalism. What happens inside families is often kept invisible from outsiders. I don't think there is anything here that's reportable by what I think should be the standards of ethical journalism.
I got balloons for my sons to play with in an obstacle course they'll build so I can maybe write something while they play instaed of refereeing constantly. And I'm determined to do at least 15 minutes of exercise today even though they think me being on the floor is a cue for tackling.
Buying a phone is an economic purpose. Asking for financial support in a time of need is ALSO an economic purpose, it just doesn't benefit any businesses that "matter."
Frederick Douglass said it's easier to build whole children than repair broken men. Right on, Taylor!
Taylor, this piece is so chock full of cool truth I found myself just about pumping my fist in joy at reading you articulating my thoughts too. LOVE it. Thank you!
Recently the founder of Brigid's Cloak told me the story of why her Spokane Homeless Outreach project is called what it is, and it's an inspiring story I'd heard nothing about before! This month, I've decided to read a page of "Amelia to Zora: Twenty-Six Women Who Changed the World" every night to my sons.
Date Grape protest Saturday 5:30: https://www.facebook.com/events/485199634925361/?source=1
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