Crista's Blog – January 2009 Archive (5)

Non-believers

Regarding the inaugural address of Barack Obama: On the whole, watching coverage of the Inauguration, all day and all night, was THE most significant and inspiring political and historical event of my lifetime. My only moment of hesitation in President Obama's speech was when he used the term "non-believers" in describing one of many possible religious affiliations. Those of us who are not Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, or some other “recognized” religion are also not necessarily… Continue

Added by Crista on January 21, 2009 at 10:31pm — 2 Comments

On the day of the inauguration

Today, on the day of the inauguration, I watch and listen. I watch millions pour into DC to be part of a common history, an evolving history that once again shows hope and the ability to change. I listen to stories of immigrants from Europe, Russia, Africa, Central America express their desire to be an American, to be part of an American Dream, a dream they did not and could not have during the last 8 years. It shows the true meaning of this election. It is not about one man or even one… Continue

Added by Crista on January 20, 2009 at 10:44am — No Comments

Agriculture Collaborative Meeting: The Buzz Around Community Gardens

Agriculture Collaborative: January Meeting Notice



Topic: The Buzz Around Community Gardens



Date: Wednesday January 14th, 2009 @ 9:00AM



Location: MRCOG offices located at 809 Copper Ave NW,

(across the street from Robinson Park, just North west of 8th + Central)



Speakers include:

• Wade Paterson, co-founder of Action Buzz Neighborhood Garden and Director of Arts and Community Development for the Harwood Art Center, “Can-do” pointers for a… Continue

Added by Crista on January 13, 2009 at 3:09pm — No Comments

NOTES on the GMO Conference with Percy Schmeiser

Red or Green or GMO NOTES of a discussion/presentation with special guest Percy Schmeiser regarding GMO seeds, cross contamination, and the invasive tactics of Monsanto Corp when trying to retain exclusive rights and royalty profits over “their” seeds.



DISCLAIMER: These are my personal notes taken during the event. They are not guaranteed for accuracy. Specific questions should be directed to the source given or through Cuatro Puertas. Visit www.gmofreenm.com for… Continue

Added by Crista on January 4, 2009 at 11:21pm — No Comments

It's a had, had, had world...

I got home from a meeting group on sustainable urban gardening practices and Transition Towns. I fed the cats, poured a beer and flipped on the news.



The first piece I saw was on a mixed race couple (a dark skinned man and a fair skinned woman) in England that had twin girls 7 years ago and one appears “white” and the other “black.” Crazy. They just had another set of twins, newborn boys, and one appears “white” and the other “black”.Super crazy. Even the parents are… Continue

Added by Crista on January 3, 2009 at 12:13am — 2 Comments

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