Monthly Archives: January 2010

Mama’s Tamales – Beautiful Community Support

By |January 26th, 2010|

When we think about how businesses can really serve people, this is what should come to mind. What a beautiful example of people supporting one another. 3 minute video. Watch it and be inspired! Then, pass it on to others.Mama’s Tamales helps homeless people start their own businesses.I should also disclose that I am proud […]

Witnessing – Second Edition and Workshop Series

By |January 17th, 2010|

Announcing two new resources to support diversity and racial justice initiatives. More information at www.witnessingwhiteness.com Just Released – WITNESSING WHITENESS: THE NEED TO TALK ABOUT RACE AND HOW TO DO IT, 2nd edition, by Shelly TochlukThis new edition, revised for a general audience, offers a comprehensive look at why white people need to pay attention […]

Bail for Alex Sanchez!

By |January 14th, 2010|

It can take a long time, but sometimes moving through the system and keeping hope and faith alive brings great results! Alex Sanchez was granted bail yesterday.This will allow him to remain close to his family while he prepares for the trial, which will begin in October. (His family lost their home in all of […]

Justice for Alex Sanchez?

By |January 12th, 2010|

I went to my first bail hearing the other day. What drew me to this one is that I know the man charged with multiple serious counts, including conspiracy to commit murder. I don’t believe the charges for a second. I have a letter on file with court expressing this opinion and my understanding of […]

Sonoma, AZ – Sweat Lodge – James Arthur Ray

By |January 5th, 2010|

New shoots sprang up in the meadow the first day I entered the sweat lodge. The evening was crisp, hawks hung on the breeze, and the fire crackled. A peace I’d not known previously settled upon me as I waited, watching. The elder prepared the prayer ties, arranged objects on the alter, and filled the […]