I plead guilty to all of the above, your honor.
Can Pelosi and Schumer bargain with THIS? McConnell doesn’t want to meet half way, he wants to destroy us. Let him rant and rave all he wants; he put national security in jeopardy so he can win an election. This man is a TRAITOR to this country! He belongs behind bars, him and the rest of his “law and order” cronies!
You notice I changed the name of my vlog. I speak on the past election and the work ahead of us.
This is fabulous, a record number of women elected to Congress, including women who are young (35 and under), Hispanic, African-American, and Native-American, and LGBT. Plus a number of state elected officials who are not all white, male, or heterosexual. Even in the face of the trump nightmare, America’s government is looking more like the real America.
On Saturday, November 10, I attended Sounds and Words, a fundraiser for the Moonstone Arts Center, held at District Council 1199C, 1315 Locust Street in Philadelphia. Moonstone has been the platform for poets (like me) to publish and perform their works.
Larry Robin, left, and founder of Moonstone, alongside of Elliot Levin, poets and saxophonist.
The volumes of poetry published by Moonstone on display.
On Saturday, November 10, I attended a resource brunch, for committee peopel and block captains, sponsored by City Council-member Kenyatta Johnson, at Galdo’s catering, 20th Street and Moyamensing Avenue, in Philadelphia. Here are some photos I took of the event:
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, which deals with civil rights problems.
South Philly Food Co-Op, opening next year.
Moravia Health, providing home-based health care.
Philadelphia Department of Revenue, giving advice to people in paying their taxes.
Philadelphia Job Corps, providing job training for young people.
H & R Block.
The office of State Representative Jordan Harris.
Philadelphia Water Department.
Women Organized Against Rape.
Philadelphia Department of Licenses and Inspection.
Susan G. Komen, fighting the fight against breast cancer.
Victim Witness Services of South Philadelphia, which guides crime victims through the trial process and answers their questions about the system.
Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations, which also deals with civil rights issues.
Philadelphia More Beautiful Committee, which runs the Block Captain program.
Councilman Johnson working the room, with a few of my fellow committee-people. Johnson impressed upon us the importance of our work, as committee-people and block captains, about the role we play in our communities.