March, March Again

Mon 23 Jan 2017 - Filed under: Not a Journal. | Leave a Comment | Posted by: Gavin

This weekend the new president’s press spokesperson, Sean Spicer, lied to the public and refused to take questions.

March: Book Three written by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin and illustrated by Nate Powell just won about a million awards from the ALA. Yay! I love these books.

This weekend the new president’s press spokesperson, Sean Spicer, lied to the public and refused to take questions.

These photos gathered by the NYTimes (the same paper that did not report on the Trump/Russia connection until after the election, ugh) are heartening, heartbreaking, and inspiring.

This weekend the new president’s press spokesperson, Sean Spicer, lied to the public and refused to take questions.

The White House phone comments line is closed. You can communicate to them through the website or by Facebook Messenger (sorry, what?). Here are the phone numbers — if they ever get turned on again — courtesy of Gwenda Bond:

This weekend the new president’s press spokesperson, Sean Spicer, lied to the public and refused to take questions.

Thank you to the millions of women and their supporters who marched this weekend. It was strengthening to be reminded that millions and millions of people are also horrified to see fascism rising in the US and around the world. I’ll keep making the calls, writing the letters, supporting those who expand human rights, and I expect to be marching with you all again soon.

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