The editor of Real Change
- the Seattle weekly peddled exclusively by homeless people - posted a great discussion of "the f-word"
(fascism). In Seattle, people of faith and other concerned citizens will be gathering for a "strategy session" on resistance to fascism:
My friend Rev. Rich Lang at Trinity United Methodist Church in Ballard has called an Emergency Meeting at his church for August 1, at 7 pm. I'm going. Rev. Lang has been concerned with the growing signs around us for some time, but a recent Executive Order signed by the President has him particularly concerned.
Rev. Lang's Real Change
column from today's Real Change
is posted there, too. It is worth reading, and the strategy session sounds worth attending.
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