Christian Picciolino is a well-known reformed White supremacist who does education on hate groups. Today he is speaking to a packed house at the Virginia Holocaust Museum. If you were unable to make it to Richmond to hear his talk today, you can still watch his TED talk from earlier this year:
Today marks the 30th National Coming Out Day. A lot has changed since 1988. We've come a long way and still have a long way to go. We're just getting started! So, come out if you can! Be yourself! Gay, Bi, Trans, Pan, Aro, Ace! Show the world who you are! #NationalComingOutDaypic.twitter.com/7P8HyDmdS1
For #IndigenousPeoplesDay please donate to help this org keep up its anti-Redsk*n billboard on a Michigan Highway. (5 schools use the slur name in MI) To keep it up until November 10, an additional $550 is needed. https://t.co/yRGzXf0fGC
We’re looking for an office-mate in mental health care or an allied/complementary profession! If you’re dedicated to helping others in a context of improving civil rights and equality for all kinds of people, your kind of business is probably right for sharing our space.
Fantastic location and beautiful Victorian-era building. First floor office. Very centrally located in downtown Lancaster right next to the Public Library and very near the city bus station.
Individual office with shared restroom, waiting room and common/hall area (see photos below). Office space is 143 sq. ft. (13X11) for $550 per month. Security door with numeric keypad. Public street parking and off-street private parking available. Private phone line and internet also available.
The classic John Scalzi discussion of how the emotionally difficult term “privilege” can be explained with a gaming metaphor. All models may be wrong, as they say, but some models are useful. And this model has held up as very, very useful:
In which I explain why "Straight White Male" is the lowest difficulty setting in the game of life: http://t.co/0kniHApL
Barry Russell: “I believe Lancaster is the FIRST city to officially honor the contributions of LGBTQ+ people and our history…that is powerful!”
This coming Tuesday, Lancaster City will officially recognize October as LGBTQ History Month. Join us for the City Council meeting where this resolution will be officially adopted by the City of Lancaster! https://t.co/OHTEF7YA7z