As we grapple with the first global pandemic lockdown of our lifetime, our daily routines have been upended, and it’s difficult to keep up with new changes.
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Plans are underway for Stonewalk 2021 which will focus on COVID-19 bereavement. The soon-to-be engraved, one-ton granite pandemics stone will be a universal symbol of condolence and commemoration of victims of this and past pandemics worldwide.
This week, we're asking you to send an email to the FCC requesting that the agency include at least one member with electromagnetic hypersensitivity on its advisory committee.
The documentary film “Peace Officer” explains the connection between the war on drugs and the militarization of police, and what it will take to reduce police violence in America.
The call comes in an open letter whose original endorsers include the International Campaign to Ban Landmines and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, both Nobel-winning groups.
Around the world, statues are coming down. Civil War generals. Mass murderers. And Christopher Columbus. In every case, far more stone monuments remain than are removed.
For every person who has lost a job and is now worried about how to make ends meet, who can’t go to the grocery store because they’re immunocompromised, or who is simply desperate for a little one-on-one contact, there’s likely someone else who’s been relatively unscathed by the crisis and can help—wants to help, in fact.