Category Archives: racial injustice

I Watched Fox News

Wednesday, September 5th 2018   After last night’s spectacular win in MY DISTRICT by U.S. Congresswoman-Elect AYANNA PRESSLEY, I felt emboldened and curious enough this morning to give ol’ Faux News a whirl.   And you’ll never guess what I found. … Continue reading

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That Time When

August 26th 2018   “Believe me,” I have a LOT to say about individuals rights to peacefully protest injustice (like NFL players’ highlighting unbridled violence against blacks). That is a post for another day. BUT: You’d THINK that the monkey … Continue reading

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Raindrops on Roses

Wednesday,August 22nd 2018 A little celebrating of the best news day since the apocalyptic beginning of this shameful sham of a so-called “presidency.” (We also happened to get our hair did.) 2018-08-22 Mamma and Gavin Sing About the News [48 … Continue reading

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Mr. Rogers: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

August 2018 Who knew that all this time Fred Rogers’ message of kindness, love and acceptance would end up so very radical? WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? Trailer (2018) – Mr. Fred Rogers Documentary [2:44]:   My wish for you: … Continue reading

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TALKS NOT WAR: Anti-War Protest in Kendall Square Cambridge

Friday, August 3rd 2018   On Friday the kids and I brought signs down to a No War with Iran Rally in Kendall Square Cambridge and listened to some speakers.   1)  Dr. King’s Evil Triplets:  Racism, Poverty and War My … Continue reading

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Randy Rainbow to the Rescue Again

June 21st 2018 Since there is absolutely no way to summarize everything that is going on, let us worship at the comedic altar of Randy Rainbow’s perfectly appropriate eloquence: WTF YOU GUYS – Randy Rainbow Song Parody (NSFW) [4:21]:   … Continue reading

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Family Separation vs. George Takei’s WWII Internment

June 20th 2018 “At least during my internment…, I was not taken from my parents. https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/19/politics/george-takei-family-separation-op-ed/index.html “I cannot for a moment imagine what my childhood would have been like had I been thrown into a camp without my parents. That … Continue reading

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