Category Archives: The Progressive Movement

Primary Voting 2020

Tuesday, February 25th 2020 Though I still want to accompany my family to the polls on actual Voting Day this coming Super Tuesday, March 3rd, I decided to take advantage of the brand new Early Voting option in Massachusetts, with … Continue reading

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Gandalf. Dumbledore. Obi-Wan. Bernie.

Tuesday, February 25th 2020 . . . . . . . . . ♦

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Early Voting Week

Monday, February 24th 2020 It’s early voting week here in Massachusetts and I am humbled and awed that I have another chance to vote for my Bernie. After the horrific catastrophe of 2016, my daughter would still wish on a … Continue reading

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Dick Van Dyke Feels the Bern

February 23rd 2020 Dick Van Dyke Endorses Bernie Sanders for President [1:58]:   “I think somebody younger like Bernie is just a perfect candidate.” ~Dick Van Dyke ♦♦

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Activism: Listen to Mary

February 20th 2020 My sister Amanda shared this gem from my indomitable five year-old niece, Mary: You heard the lady. Trust me you do NOT want to disappoint her. I only say this for your own good. Go on then! … Continue reading

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The Pineapple Project

Tuesday, February 17th 2020 Had the privilege of bringing the kids to a library show of a colleague/friend, Mal, who performs “The Pineapple Project” with a co-creator & performer. It’s about two children playing together and navigating their gender roles. … Continue reading

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Political Action: Peace Rally Against War with Iran

Thursday, January 9th 2019     On this night, Dear Hubsand and I got our family over to Harvard Square to join the national protest of tRump’s escalation with Iran.  For a Thursday evening in early January –outside in 23·F … Continue reading

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