“I want to live in a world of peace.”
White Bluffs explores themes of patriotism, grief, racism, and what it means to be American.
“In the 51 essays I have written for Tumbleweird, one common philosophy comes through: LOVE.”
“Our local performing arts organizations are returning to live performances.”
“I believe in democracy. I believe our country is worth fighting for.”
“The biggest reason I didn’t learn more about our complicated history is because I didn’t have to.”
As trans visibility has increased, attempts to marginalize and criminalize our transgender siblings have intensified.
“Blaming the unhoused rather than the system doesn’t provide a solution.”
“The insurrection of January 6 showed us who we are.”
“The 2020 presidential election is over, but now is not the time to become complacent. Pay attention. Stay engaged.”
“You’ve done your civic duty and now you can sit back and let your elected officials change the world for you, right? Not quite.”
“For the government to be responsive to the people, the people need to participate. And to participate, all citizens need to have an equal voice. That voice is heard through the ballot box.”
“How can we possibly agree on objective truth when we don’t trust the government, the media, or anything that doesn’t align with our own world view?”
“And as you learn more, use your own voice, your own financial support and your own actions to dismantle the systems of oppression that have been built on centuries of racist ideas and policies.”
“We are a nation divided, and that division continues to deepen.”
COVID-19 has deeply impacted the arts with cancellations of live performances and a significant loss of revenue. To help share ideas on how the these arts groups are surviving, the Arts Center Task Force (ACTF) is hosting a series of online events called “Art in the Time of COVID-19.”
Last week, as the snow was finally melting from my favorite running path, I noticed a single plastic shopping bag dangling from a tree limb overhanging the Columbia River. As
Today there are more than 2.2 million people in prison in the United States. Do we really need to lock so many people up? Who benefits from so many in prison?
An Interview with Christine Brown, Candidate for Congress I sat down with Christine Brown for an hour and a half discussion about her candidacy for Washington’s 4th Congressional District.
We asked each of the 14 candidates for the State Legislature in the 8th, 9th, and 16th Legislative Districts for responses to questions we thought would be important to our
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