Adventures of a Gonzo Journalist
Kit O’Connell (pronouns: they/them) is a movement journalist, radical troublemaker and freelance writer from Austin, Texas. Kit O’Connell is Digital Editor at the Texas Observer. Their writing has appeared in The Austin Chronicle, YES! Magazine, and Truthout, among other places. Previously, Kit created A Burner Lexicon and “The Ethical Slut” Read-Along. Latest posts: [su_feed url=”https://kitoconnell.com/feed/”…
IJ is a nonprofit, public interest law firm. Our mission is to end widespread abuses of government power and secure the constitutional rights that allow all Americans to pursue their dreams.
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Hi I’m Aranock, she/they pronouns. I am a disabled nonbinary trans woman, digital artist, and video essayist existing in so called Canada. I also write for Jessie Gender, edit for Tirrrb and help behind the scenes for many of your favourite essayists.
https://youtu.be/X4qJQGe0gYg You can find my other portals into the mortal realm here: https://linktr.ee/Aranock Latest videos: [su_feed url="https://www.youtube.com/feeds/videos.xml?channel_id=UCz29LD_ExrtRS-Wj-dRL3iw" limit="5" target="blank"]
Study guide, progressive on-line readings, and organizations.
START is a free 24-session study course that you conduct on your own. Gather 8 or 10 friends together, study and discuss environmental, domestic, and world issues using the on-line readings, read and think about the world we want and how to get there, and then act. The START Study Guide provides guidance on how…
Advocates for Accessible Digital Library Resources
The Library Accessibility Alliance (LAA) promotes equitable access to library services and electronic resources. Our member libraries are committed to providing equal access to information for all library users, and we work together to improve vendor products, educate our community, and advance digital accessibility.
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