If you've been following along on activist twitter lately, you've probably seen postings about somebody fraudulently claiming to have survived a 2012 school shooting. Several community members are sharing their thoughts on using social justice for clout and attention, not even vaguely: However, the somebody in question took it a step further by not only interfering with the... Continue Reading →
Early this morning, an anonymous post was shared to this website in an act of vigilante justice, giving five names of members of the activism community whom have committed serious wrongs, encouraging their barring from future activism efforts. The wrongs range from fraud to bullying to child endangerment, and I cannot disagree with the article's... Continue Reading →
Thoughts on getting away. My son and I flew to Alaska yesterday. Its been a much needed break. Nobody except my close friends up here know what happened to me and it’s been nice to be away from everything. I’m currently on a sightseeing train and it’s given me some time to think. Being in... Continue Reading →
I took part in the national student walk out on April 20th this year, as I'm sure many of you who are reading this did. My school’s protest was amazing. The wonderful people there gave me an idea of what it was like to stand up for something you believe in. We talked about a... Continue Reading →
Updated often, check back soon! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to add your local info 20 September 2019 / State-wide / Climate Strike TX, Sunrise, 350, & more Walkout to a pre-designated location (a park, beach, government office, town square) at 10am and occupy the space until at least 3pm AUSTIN AREA: Texas State Capitol Steps, Vic Mathias... Continue Reading →
ClimateStrikeTX, Fridays for Future Hermosillo (Mexico), and MFOL Houston team up for Walkout against gun violence and environmental destruction.
For this to be a rant, I'd have to be angry, impassioned, red in the face, but instead, I'm just exhausted, emotionally and physically. Every week, I visit the local YMCA's pool with my grandma for an hour or so of water aerobics, just about the only exercise I can handle as a Dysautonomic with... Continue Reading →
Five young adults from Austin sat down with Bob Dailey and Jill Bailey at KOOP Radio on April 16 for an hour to discuss the environmental activism groups and efforts taking strides in the lone star state on the weekly show, "Civil Rights and Wrongs." VL Gaffney of Climate Strike TX, Emma Galbraith of Sunrise... Continue Reading →