July 6th – 12th

Covid-19 is here to stay for a long while in the US thanks to the official federal policy of “this is hard and we give up”! It’s awful and we all need to do what we can to mitigate the danger to ourselves and our neighbors.

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June 29th – July 5th

Do whatever you can. Find a protest (wear a mask, stay distant, stay safe), donate what you can, call your local government officials and ask why they’re spending more on police than they are on providing for people, go to virtual council meetings, write letters because some people still think letters mean more than emails, support your community any way you can.

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June 22nd – 28th

Do whatever you can. Find a protest (wear a mask, stay distant, stay safe), donate what you can, call your local government officials and ask why they’re spending more on police than they are on providing for people, go to virtual council meetings, write letters because some people still think letters mean more than emails, support your community any way you can.

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June 15th – 21st

Do whatever you can. Find a protest (wear a mask, stay distant, stay safe), donate what you can, call your local government officials and ask why they’re spending more on police than they are on providing for people, go to virtual council meetings, write letters because some people still think letters mean more than emails, support your community any way you can.

Read More June 15th – 21st

June 8th – 14th

Do whatever you can. Find a protest (wear a mask, stay distant, stay safe), donate what you can, call your local government officials and ask why they’re spending more on police than they are on providing for people, go to virtual council meetings, write letters because some people still think letters mean more than emails, support your community any way you can. To that end: we’re going to match any donations to the above 4 organizations up to $1,000. Send us a receipt and we’ll double your donation.

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June 1st – 7th

With the ongoing pandemic and the fact that inaction at a federal level means that it’s not even close to peaking in the US, we would recommend you try to stay at home and away from crowds if at all possible. But if you do go out: mask up, wash your hands as often as you can, and absolutely try to get the hell away from any tear gas. Here’s an article with a few more tips about staying safe: How to more safely protest in a pandemic: https://www.vox.com/2020/5/31/21276082/covid-19-protests-george-floyd-minnesota-los-angeles-coronavirus-risk-safety

Read More June 1st – 7th

May 25th – 31st

Please remain the exact same amount of cautious, because there’s still a pandemic raging. Don’t do things that aren’t necessary. Don’t go out to a crowded bar or restaurant. Keep your excursions to the necessary stuff like picking up food. If you can work from home, keep working from home. Wear a mask whenever you’re going out. We understand that a lot of people don’t have a choice about how exposed they are. People need to work to survive. It’s because of that if you DO have the option, you need to do your part to reduce risks as much as possible.

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May 18th – May 24th

Hello! It is us again, your friendly neighborhood a newsletter! On Monday May 18th at 7PM – 8PM Forbes Library is going to have a Virtual Great Books Discussion about Sense and Sensibility! Which is a Jane Austen book that has had like 40 movies adapted from it and is Great. The Great Books discussion […]

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May 11th – 17th

Want to buy some comic books from the world’s greatest comixmongers at friendly local shop Comics N’ More? You should! They just got a big shipment of some great Star Wars comics from local artist Jarrett J. Krosoczka and they even got them all signed!

Read More May 11th – 17th