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Online Nonviolence Workshops

Support a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence. Campaign Nonviolence is organizing online nonviolence workshops and trainings each month covering a variety of topics around nonviolence. Training/Speaking Event Cop-Free Schools: How Twin Cities Nonviolent & The Brothers Created Nonviolent Security at Ascension Catholic School Tuesday, July 13, 2021 4:00 PM 5:00…

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Democracy vs Nationalism. How do we move forward?

Reprinted from the Washington Post: Opinion by Jennifer Rubin Columnist June 29, 2021 at 5:45 a.m. MDT We want to believe that goodwill can foster a return to less contentious and hyperpartisan times. But what if one side adopts noxious views antithetical to democracy — and, worse, rejects the basic…

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Community Dialog with the Wyoming Education Association

Wednesday June 30 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. Yellowstone Room, Northwest College Powell WY We want to hear from you! A funding crisis is threatening Wyoming’s public education system. What are your greatest concerns about Wyoming schools? About Wyoming’s economy? Join the Wyoming Education Association for a community dialogue on Wednesday,…

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Who are these people?

I guess it’s not our imagination. More people are moving here. Just read the following news: Cody Lures Newcomers Covid refugees bring mini-boom…. Wyoming isn’t just the next retiree state…. We’ve had some recent challenges: a very uncomfortable confrontation with a couple in Wapiti and just recently the astonishing news…

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Spies in Wyoming?

Reprinted from the New York Times – June 25, 2021 They Seemed Like Democratic Activists. They were Secretly Conservative Spies by Mark Mazzetti and Adam Goldman CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The young couple posing in front of the faux Eiffel Tower at the Paris hotel in Las Vegas fit right in,…

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CONSERVATION VOTE REPORT From the Wyoming Outdoor Council In this year’s general session the Wyoming Legislature considered more than 440 bills, and the Wyoming Outdoor Council tracked more than 50 that were related to wildlife, clean air and water, revenue generation, renewable energy, public lands, and transitions for Wyoming’s energy workforce….

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