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We need to change our town this year. Here’s why.
To many of the people I work with, it means shrinking this whole system.
The most important question for me is, “What will I tell my granddaughter when she grows up?”
We hope this will launch a groundswell of strength, creativity and the will to save our Earth.
Stories appearing in this issue of The Beachcomber seemed to be centered around the theme of unity.
We need everyone to take responsibility for dismantling the system of white supremacy in our country
With a resurgence threatening, we need to take greater responsibility to keep the virus in check.
My choice is clear. With my one vote, I will be considerate of others.
The Vashon Health Care District is shifting gears in light of the pandemic.
Lucky for us, we have powerful tools at our disposal to fight COVID-19: Common sense and humility.
It’s easy to float by on white privilege that many aren’t even fully aware we have.
Please join us — it’s your island.
“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.