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Perspective on yesterday’s Women’s March from 49 years ago

When Jay and I, with our friends Mary and Stu, joined 100,000 Bay Area protestors yesterday at Civic Center, I was struck by how similar the rally and Women’s March were to events I witnessed in Paris nearly 49 years … Continue reading

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Art can change minds, inspire action

During a discussion at the World Fellowship Center, the family camp devoted to social justice, environment, and peace which I attended last month, I heard one decades-long camper complain that she felt the program had become “lightweight.” “We used to … Continue reading

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Why I keep returning to stories about the 60s – blog hop

Carole Bumpus caught me when we met at the Belmont post office to sort out CWC SF-Peninsula branch membership renewals, due beginning this month. We have enjoyed working together these past two years as membership chair (me) and treasurer (lucky … Continue reading

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When is it a real “revolution”?

“Revolution” – my giant Webster’s Unabridged says it means “overthrow of a government, form of government, or social system, with another taking its place.” A friend from the San Francisco Writers Workshop recently reminded me that Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and … Continue reading

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Kale, Compost and Condoms

What has sex got to do with revolution, anyway?    “…the students are still out there, that’s what I have heard…They’re living and making love right on the barricades.”    “…Well, this is about freedom, isn’t it?…Doesn’t that include free … Continue reading

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About the About

I’m new to blogging, but that is a poor excuse. I apologize. Next time I’ll read the “Tips” for beginners before I begin. Now the “About” is no longer a mere brief bio piece. Re-visit the all-new “About” section (click … Continue reading

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