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Into the Public Square

I’ve been writing about the new Poor People’s Campaign. It is discouraging that more people haven’t been attending these public events, at least here in Des Moines. A couple of years ago I wrote a series of articles about getting into … Continue reading

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The most shameful and tragic problem is silence

Since our trip to Minneapolis last Saturday as water protectors, I’ve been thinking about activism, yet again.  Wondering, again, why so few people come out to the streets with us, though it was heartening to find that around 500 or … Continue reading

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