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Government Violated My Right To Information

          Coming across all these days, we have begun to advocate for some proper information from the government agencies, trying to make them more accountable and transparent. 1,205 more words

EarthQuake Response

Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival 2015

June 6th at King County’s Duthie Hill Park

Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival June 6th 2015 at King County’s Duthie Hill Park
Published: 01 March 2013… 214 more words

Mountain Bike

Threading the Systems Change Needle

Lost in the after midnight budget bombshell dropped by the Wisconsin Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee on our public education system earlier this week, was a small, but important civil rights victory for children with disabilities and their parents. 600 more words

Systems Change

For a Brooklyn Woman with ALS, Social Security is Elusive

Hi, friends. There are, like, eight other posts that I’ve been drafting, but this is a way more pressing matter. It is a call to action and a call for help. 2,017 more words


Advocacy and activism for people with dementia

This week, it is Dementia Awareness Week in the UK, and I have been publishing daily blogs on the Dementia Alliance International website as part of our contribution to it, in part because we have a lot of UK members, and also to highlight some of the presentations at ADI2015. 396 more words

Daily Blog

#STPP in Action: A Tale Too Often Told

It’s difficult to really understand the School to Prison Pipeline if you are only thinking about it in terms of national statistics, mass incarceration rates, or facts and figures. 509 more words


Survivor's Guilt

I’ve been on summer vacation for a solid 29 hours. After going on a celebratory “I don’t have to do any math homework for the next two months” run, I settled into my summer routine of checking ALL my favorite celebrity gossip websites to see what I’ve missed out on lately. 614 more words