The show slyly salutes desegregation efforts of the 40’s and 50’s.
Callousness isn’t an economic strength.
Gentrifier Narcissism seldom thinks about things like how to make a neighborhood work both for those who were there before (also known as “other people”–Google it.) and for new arrivals.
…a touchy-feely (or not so touchy-feely) prison…
If you’re supporting Trump, this is what you’re for, what you want done to people, what you want done to this country and the world.
Is clinical illness now the only human condition for which we’re allowed to show compassion?
There is probably not a person among us, regardless of political stripe, who does not favor immediate or incremental radical change of something.
A list of places where people can have particularly great impact on crucial highly competitive races
…it keeps resources from being directed toward the most serious and violent of crimes. It, in particular, leaves the vast law-abiding majorities of people in communities of color without effective protection from more serious crime.
It was the days before the internet, though, which meant that, without a trip to Portland or the name of the author, I didn’t stand much chance of tracking down the column.
Hyper-local funding means that public schools serving affluent communities are lavishly resourced, while schools in poor areas with smaller local tax bases get next to nothing in funding.
If you or your family must remain in an affected area, or return shortly after disaster, you should be prepared to be completely self-sufficient with no infrastructure for at least three days, and for as long as several weeks.