We Are the People

A tale of voting rights throughout history We the People, are the first three words of the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution. In all, a fifty-two-word sentence with some mighty power. We are the people; black, brown, white, native-born, or immigrant. We are the people, not based on our sex, gender, or who you love.... Continue Reading →

The End of the World as We Know It

And do I feel fine? It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine. So goes the lyric from the alternative rock band, REM’s song by the same name. This song hit the music charts in 1987 with it’s frenetic, fast-paced syncopated lyrics referencing everything from Soviet ruler Leonid Brezhnev to biblical rapture to... Continue Reading →

Six Degrees From the Stonewall Riots

A look back at the inception of PRIDE to see the way forward Right now, most of us concur we are living through times of uncertainty and civil unrest. A global pandemic with a rising death toll, riots, demonstrations, police brutality, the sinking economy, and the list goes on. But it’s not the first time... Continue Reading →

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