Category Archives: social justice

Parenting: Video Game Rant

Sunday, February 11th 2018 Somehow my son’s extensive and impressive foray into Minecraft has morphed into a “Roblox” habit.  Keep in mind yes we regulate the amount of time he gets on the computer, say nothing for the unmitigated access … Continue reading

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Touchnote: Stand Up Guy

Post January 20th 2017 At the risk of bragging, and reticent as I am to use the term, it is no secret I am PROUD of my young son and his political activism thus far.  He is the reason we … Continue reading

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Gavin is a Stand Up Guy

January 20th 2018 Women’s March 2018                                           #FuckFascism  #ITMFA   

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Evidence They Get Along: Peace Begins

Tuesday, December 12th 2017 At the risk of bragging overmuch about my kids… I choose this moment to share the fact that for years I have been accumulating what I call “Evidence They Get Along.”  It’s a file on my … Continue reading

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A True Christmas List

Tuesday, December 12th 2017 We have a saying in our family that “The best things happen off camera.”  Much as I document seemingly everything, it is important to let it go anytime something does not get captured on camera. So … Continue reading

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Sibling Conflict: Alternative Strategies

Friday, November 3rd 2017 Helping my kids cultivate a positive relationship with each other is basically my #1 priority in life.  As such I’m always collecting Evidence They Get Along.  I’m also coaching them -intervening & meddling if you will- … Continue reading

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Our Revolution: Bernie Sanders Live in Somerville!

Monday, October 23rd 2017   “…We have two jobs: 1) Tell Mr. Trump he will not divide this country over sexual orientation, color of skin or county of origin. 2) We need a progressive agenda for the working class and … Continue reading

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