This is not gonna start with an argument for reparations, that would just be a distraction. It’s past time, anyway. Ta-Nehisi Coates already made the case (in The Atlantic), and while politicians are building momentum towards a legislative solution, they too are distracted: by pressing threats to our democracy.
…ther it should be a thee or four clap article or a four or five. But has anyone seriously wondered, “Is this a thirty-seven clap article or a thirty-eight?” No. At most, as a gauge of writing quality, the difference between seventeen claps and fifty is whet…
I actually do this, but not in the way you think.
I'd like to read that if you find it! And if you don't you should write more.
Even more important, let's continue to get outside and (safely) clean up other peoples mess :p
It really is one out of every thousand that litters so even if only 10 people actively working to counter that it could make a big difference!
Always easier said than done. i struggle to stay on top of what I consider my share of the responsiblity in these regards. It really does feel overwhelming at times, and yet the only solution is to keep chipping away at it...
Last year I visited a local tourist attraction and then walked on, outward in a spiral, further and further from the epicenter, watching how the land changed as humanity's impact diminished.
Look up, there, at the precarious ton-heavy lump of sandstone, laying in the shadow of Pikes Peak, propped up by concrete and rebar. Thirty-five feet tall, it sits beneath an azure winter sky. The day is warm enough, there is no need for gloves but a jacket feels nice.