In 2008, two days after my 84-year-old mother’s stroke, I was by her bedside in the hospital while she was asleep and unwakable. I had been mostly awake for most … Continue reading Moving Reflections In a Time of Crisis–Seeing in 2020
The Jaguar Wildlife Corridor is an adventure movie with beautiful footage of jaguars and wildlife is also about conservation of the Amazon. Filmed in the summer of 2018, it takes … Continue reading “The Jaguar Wildlife Corridor: The Pantanal, Brazil” Movie–and the Amazon
I just wrote my Senator and House Representative today. Feel free to use any of the following below, if you’d like to do the same. This is what I wrote. … Continue reading Five Years Till Climate Runaway Train
What is the real reason that the U.S. has been involved in Syria? The U.S. has wanted to build a natural gas pipeline through Afghanistan and Syria for decades. The … Continue reading Why the U.S. is Really In Syria?–Competing Gas Pipelines. Sarin Gas Has Also Been Used by the Rebels (Who’ve Been Backed by the U.S. & Other Countries). It’s About Corporate Greed/Fossil Fuels–Not Political Party
On March 25, 2018 Professor Dabney Dixon, Professor of Chemistry at Georgia State University, discussed practical solutions to climate change that the average person can do from the book Drawdown: … Continue reading Climate Change Solutions Were Described Dr. Dabney Dixon, Professor of Chemistry at Georgia State University From the Book “Drawdown” at the Atlanta Unitarian Universalist Church
To be healthy, every community relies on basic systems that provide our individuals and ALL families with basic needs. Some of these are provided locally and some are provided by … Continue reading Recipe for Peace: Prioritizing the Basic Life Support Systems of Healthy Families, Communities and Nations
For years, the movie It’s a Wonderful Life was an annual holiday favorite–and it was always shown on at least one of the major channels–Now it’s not so easy to find. … Continue reading Why Is the Movie: It’s A Wonderful Life So Relevant Today?
It’s the season of Christmas and other religious holidays. We send out cards that say Peace On Earth, Good Will to All and we bask in the warmth of … Continue reading Peace On Earth and Good Will Toward All–Are We Willing to Make It Real?
Pastor Qiyamah Rahman of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of St. Croix talks about the devastation in St. Croix in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in this video. She said that … Continue reading St. Croix Unitarian Pastor Describes Post-Hurricane Maria Damage, Go Fund Me Site, and Neighbor-Neighbor Program
Climate change is extremely urgent. You and I can make a difference to help save lives, homes, and wildlife by acting as individuals. and by acting together through our organizations, … Continue reading WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE! You and Me, Organizations, churches, synagogues, mosques, etc.–PLEASE SHARE THIS!
Stellar Panelists discussed the legacy of journalist Gene Patterson September 2, 2017 at the Decatur Book Festival panel titled “What Would Gene Patterson Say Now?” Former United Nations Ambassador Andrew … Continue reading VIDEO. Journalism in the Civil Rights Era and Today: Gene Patterson’s Legacy Discussed by Ambassador Andrew Young and Journalists Klibanoff, Clark, and Raines at the Decatur Book Festival
Unheard-of floods have been devastating Houston and coastal areas of Texas for the past few days. On the other side of the world in Bangledesh more than a hundred people … Continue reading Watch Video of Al Gore’s Message About Climate Change–It Couldn’t Be More Timely!
On Saturday evening participants in the Netroots Nation 2017 and others participated in a protest march against the act of white terror in Charlottesville, VA earlier Saturday August 12, 2017 … Continue reading Atlanta Protestors Marched on August 12th Against White Terrorist Violence in Charlottesville Earlier Saturday