It’s the year no-one will want to remember but we’ll never be able to forget. Help me give it the kiss-off it deserves.
I am a North Dakotan in a global, but increasingly local and personal, pandemic.
I’m voting in this election because… for BIPOC, we might as well call the system what it actually is – Criminal Injustice. Or more accurately, The No Justice System.
I enjoy the back and forth, give and take. I also admire the furor and, to a certain extent, the intractability; reminds me of myself.
Even after adopting anti-LGBTQ language in its platform for three successive election cycles, what the N.D. GOP truly regrets is the bad publicity.
It was deafening. It was exhilarating. It was pure. It was a necessary primal scream against the brutality visited upon people of color over centuries in the United States of America.
Two Days, Two Peaceful Protests For the second straight day, organizers from Black Lives Matter-Fargo/Moorhead and OneFargo led a peaceful march for justice through Fargo, N.D. Read about yesterday’s march. […]
Black men still swing from trees; White men still put them underknee.
Declaration will be an acknowledgement that the climate crisis is an issue and that cities need to begin preparing to adapt.