‘A Call To Action’ By Lynn B. Walsh | This Moment
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‘A Call To Action’ By Lynn B. Walsh | This Moment

‘A Call To Action’ By Lynn B. Walsh | This Moment

This Moment is a self-narrative project that asks us to be present, if for only a few minutes in our lives, to the events around us. The purpose is to become conscious of our experience in relation to what has happened throughout this political season and since this administration came into power. Continue reading

Challenge Yourself To Widen Your Reading List: Actively Seek Work That #ShiftsYourPerspective
Archives / Christina Lydia / Events & Articles On Literature / Pt. 7

Challenge Yourself To Widen Your Reading List: Actively Seek Work That #ShiftsYourPerspective

The seemingly implosive start of what will be a culturally and morally difficult time will call for creative individuals to embrace what we love and to share that passion with others. Now is the time to support (and continue supporting) contemporary artists and to expose ourselves to different perspectives and views of the world. Continue reading

Two Inspirational Posts By ‘Action Friday’ That Will Give You Enough Motivation To Carry You For The Week
Archives / Christina Lydia / Politics / Pt. 7

Two Inspirational Posts By ‘Action Friday’ That Will Give You Enough Motivation To Carry You For The Week

Whether you feel comfortable marching or more comfortable working the phone, you can always find a way to participate. Volunteering and political action can be served in a variety of ways. Find your niche, find what works, and go for it. The important thing is to not stand aside; your voice is powerful and it is important. Continue reading

What Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 5 Lessons Mean For This Moment & Beyond
Archives / Christina Lydia / Politics / Pt. 7

What Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 5 Lessons Mean For This Moment & Beyond

On a day that serves as the beginning of a highly contested administration, nothing is left out of the political arena. Politics has become the forefront of daily life — and it should be. People are becoming more aware of their choices and of the consequences of non-participation. This means that more and more people are gathering to resist, protest, and give action to moments that will historically impact how we view each other and our government. Continue reading