Pipeline Genocide: where to go from here.

When we left Standing Rock, the natives' message to us was one of great urgency. "Take this story home," was their most prominent request. Thank you Chattanooga Times Free Press for running this piece. Check out the article online, or here is the transcript from my article in today's TFP editorial section: For the first time in … Continue reading Pipeline Genocide: where to go from here.

Open Letter to Tomi Lahren: your words about DAPL are heinous.

  Dear Tomi Lahren, I just finished watching your Final Thoughts on the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the injustice and racism you spewed was disgraceful. I know you're from the Dakotas, but have you been there to actually see the peaceful and prayerful camps? I've been, and it doesn't look how you describe it- with … Continue reading Open Letter to Tomi Lahren: your words about DAPL are heinous.

Perry.

She stood there looking at the produce for a suspicious amount of time. The bananas were bunched together in large, happy groups. She hated to disrupt them. Beside her stood a man emitting a ton of bad energy. Apparently he was impatiently awaiting his turn to pick out bananas, but Perry was an unapologetic picky … Continue reading Perry.