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The below passage is an excerpt from an old post in this blog. I was going to write a blog post about the interesting conflict that is going to arise between no-knock searches (which, despite Wilson, are increasingly being conducted by increasingly militant and culturally distant law enforcement) and the recent stand your ground statutes in at least ten U.S. My decision crystallized last week, when I read Diane Ragsdales thought-provoking post about the Irvine Foundations recent report on the cultural lives of Californians. Ive been planning to blog about the Irvine report as well. Fortunately, Betty Reid Soskind did a heck of a lot more than participating in that 2003 planning session. Heres an excerpt from one of Betty Reid Soskins earliest blog posts, from September 2003, when she was first asked to participate in the planning of the national park in which she now works. Theyre now historic landmarks and are on the national registry as such. She became a leader in the development, and now the interpretation, of Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park. Betty is the oldest national park ranger in America at 94, but more importantly, Betty is an activist, a truth-seeker, and a storyteller. Betty Reid Soskin is a nationally-renowned park ranger in Richmond, CA, and I am completely blown away by what Ive learned from her in the short few weeks since I first heard her name. I, and women of color will not be represented by this park as proposed. In the new plan before us, the planning team was taken on a bus tour of the buildings that will be restored as elements in the park. Creating a social selling strategy means to make a plan which helps you to easily connect with your prospects with a motive to convert these prospects into customers. I love the rigor of weekly blog posts because it forces me to keep up an important activity that helps me learn and grow. Instead: intermittent, thoughtful posts with passion behind them. The champagne was passed around like a loving cup, with all of us reminded of how lucky we were to be able to celebrate this way in a time of Covid. No more Wednesdays like clockwork. By this I do not mean that the more obscure art is, the...
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