Cori Schumacher: State of Flux

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Friday

11

November 2016

9

COMMENTS

Post-election Hang Over

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Oceanic Rhizome

I’ve spent that last couple of days locked in limbo, inbetween, straddling two possibilities–City Council Member/Not–while also trying to take in everything that just happened at the national level. Another count from the ROV will drop soon, but I have demanded of myself to carve additional mental space to really drill past the local race […]

Monday

4

March 2013

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Wednesday

22

February 2012

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Not Your Body

Written by , Posted in Feminism, Politics, Writing

notyourchoice

The debacle with Susan G. Komen and Planned Parenthood last month that raised a collective outcry against the non-profit’s choice to pull funds from PP and lead to the resignation of a top Komen official, has highlighted the need for a well-meaning public to dig deeper into the ideology and practices of organizations that rely […]

Thursday

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December 2011

5

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Healing the Heart of Democracy: The John Woolman Story

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I just received a couple of books I had ordered and among them was Parker J. Palmer’s Healing the Heart of Democracy: The Courage to Create a Politics Worthy of the Human Spirit. I read this bit just now and really enjoyed it. I thought I’d share it. The book so far is both sweet […]

Tuesday

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December 2011

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Newest! Sponsored! Imagined bliss

Written by , Posted in Deconstructing Surfing, Politics, Surfing, Writing

alienation-ioana-harjoghe-ciubucciu

“Separation is the alpha and omega of spectacle (Debord, 1967).” The first, most important single element to grasp about today’s state of affairs, the reality we are currently entrenched in, is the ubiquity of alienation, that is, separation from our food, others, and ourselves: the subject-object duality. The second essential idea to grasp, is that […]