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BRAKING: The car is slowing down
Until recently we were accelerating, however, there is a red light in the distance. We will not be able to maintain this speed. We will, in fact, need to slow down significantly if we are going to ...
bristol 07/21/2009 22 1 - 2
Augusto Boal 1931-2009
Not seeing any memorials to Augusto Boal on this site, I wanted to honor the brilliant Brazilian actor, educator and philosopher & also share a bit on how he influenced my work and the work of the ...
bristol 05/04/2009 2 8 1 6
GOTV for those who can't
Every day when I take the bus to work I ride past an informal garbage dump in Quetzaltenango's public market called La Democracia. Oftentimes I see homeless men fighting for rotting scraps of food ...
bristol 11/01/2008 3 4 - 7
LFQ: In my city there are no books
As I grew up some of my fondest memories were trips to the library with my parents and my two brothers. We were big readers, so big that we had to bring a large plastic tub to carry back all the ...
bristol 10/10/2008 5 5 - 8
House races to target in case of the 269-269 scenario
With each passing day I get more confident in an Obama Administration. HOWEVER, I would not presume to take anything for granted, especially surrounding irregularities in the past two elections. ...
bristol 09/23/2008 56 1 - 16
LFQ: Economy forcing my students to drop out
The Miguel Angel Asturias Academy is a non-profit school in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala that breaks cycles of poverty, racism and sexism through popular ...
bristol 09/18/2008 9 13 - 161
Letter from Quetzaltenango: From abuse survivor to educator
The Miguel Angel Asturias Academy is a non-profit school in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala that breaks cycles of poverty, racism and sexism through ...
bristol 07/16/2008 3 1 - 13
Letter From Quetzaltenango: Jorge Chojolan, leadership forged in exile
The Miguel Angel Asturias Academy is a non-profit school in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala that breaks cycles of poverty, racism and sexism through ...
bristol 07/15/2008 11 6 1 235
Letter From Quetzaltenango: What "less than $2 a day" means
The Miguel Angel Asturias Academy is a non-profit school in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala that breaks cycles of poverty, racism and sexism through ...
bristol 07/14/2008 25 17 - 37
Wasserman Schultz in previous jobs: a pattern emerges
Much ado has been made about Debbie Wasserman Schultz's refusal to take on Republicans even though her job as DCCC Red to Blue co-chair is taking on Republicans. As it turns out, this is not out of ...
bristol 03/24/2008 5 4 1 -
MN District 281 Referrendum Goes Down In Flames
Over ten thousand people took time out of their day to make sure that District 281 children would not get more resources in ...
bristol 11/07/2007 12 4 - 9
Who do you know who lives in Minnesota?
bristol 07/01/2006 9 4 - 13
Minnesota Kossacks: Give $50 for free!
bristol 06/30/2006 10 6 1 11
what we talk about when we talk about war
bristol 08/12/2005 1 - - -
where we should fight our battles...
bristol 08/12/2005 1 1 - -
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