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“Don’t make me come down there.” — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, in a tweet Saturday, after viewing video of New York City residents squeezing… Continue reading
Perhaps it is the rest of us who need to challenge ourselves to be as good as they are.
We are in a Pentecost moment in our society — a moment of crisis and potential for profound change.
The following list of demands was read aloud at a Vashon march held last week.
I wish I had answers to the pain and suffering of our time. But I know the way forward is love.
How should a place like Vashon talk about race and racism?
We need to talk around the collective kitchen table of our island about structural racism.
It is time for white America to recognize the work of removing racism is your and yours alone.
Being “colorblind” and “not racist” is not enough. We must work actively against racism, however we can.
This is where the country is right now. Is this where we want to go? Is this who we are?
Testing will continue daily from 3 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
A reader reacts to a reference made to King Kong in a recent article.
At this moment, both the future of the world and the sense of genuine humanity are in question.
While the nation is divided, we must all confront the destruction of human lives by systemic racism.
The pandemic is the first time we’ve been challenged to let go of old models of learning.
For anyone challenged in securing enough wholesome food, the food bank is here for you.
The Beachcomber may not be the best deal, but it is the “deal” that we have on the island.
Procrastination is a hell of a drug.
Too few people are trying, for one reason or another, to understand what those six words mean.