Monthly Archives: January 2011

work

I am feeling really strange these days, mostly due to this job. I’m the volunteer coordinator for a non-profit that puts water out in the desert for migrants and has an aid station on the Mexico border for deportees. I … Continue reading

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Guernica / Aviva Chomsky: Testimonies from the Desert: What’s Behind Our Standard of Living?

Guernica / Aviva Chomsky: Testimonies from the Desert: What’s Behind Our Standard of Living?. The first and last paragraphs of this are really powerful: In early March I spoke about immigration rights in a colleague’s class at Salem State. “We … Continue reading

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in which quantification is oddly satisfying to me

I only kept track for the last six months. This is rather unfortunate, as most of my time was spent in the desert, and not anywhere near I could buy anything if I wanted to. My groceries were mainly provided … Continue reading

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Books Read in 2010

Good year for reading, but never good enough…After this, 2010 is almost over. I just have one more thing to record about it. I am kind of obsessive about recording and analyzing things (as if it’s not obvious by the fact … Continue reading

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