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WHERE IS the OUTRAGE?
I think that sometimes people view politics as something that exists purely on a left-to-right axis. Hit the middle of the political spectrum and you win. But I think that is an oversimplification. Note this article by Bruce Murphy: Ten points where Gov. Walker is vulnerable. Now, without debating the merits of these 10 points […]
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Sigh . . . lovely stories about no one being turned away from shelter . . . but no mention of the following:
Olympia Washington . . . perhaps the smallest city by the numbers, but clearly a larger metropolitan area. 50,000 population, roughly.
Also in Eugene, is something that will look more familiar to Madison . . .
Given the new perspective I have gotten working on the ground with homeless persons in the last few years, I don’t even know where to begin with the list of things I am grateful for – because just the smallest things we all take for granted – like being able to change out of wet socks when I step in a puddle and then warm up – have all taken on new meaning. And with the recent Race to Equity report, I’ve relearned what a privilege it is to be white in this community. So I can’t really make that list, but here is one good example of what I am thankful for, for so many reasons.
Hands down, my favorite group in town! Check out the unbelievable work they do!
Brink Lounge, 701 East Washington Ave., 5 – 7 pm . . . check out all the goodies and thank the donors!