Tag Archives: Deborah Belle

The new brunch

By Deborah Belle If rallies are the new brunch, then I partook twice on Tax Day. I had long planned to attend the afternoon Tax Day rally on the Cambridge Common to insist that Pres. Trump disclose his tax returns. … Continue reading

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Protest here! Protest there!

d by Deborah Belle During my recent visit to Cuernavaca, Mexico, I let go of my daily obsession with U.S. politics. Without newspapers, television, or much internet contact, I recovered from my need for a daily “Democracy Now” fix, and … Continue reading

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Seize the day! Creatively maladjust!

Today’s post is the first in a series of two by guest author Deborah Belle. On September 1, 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. spoke to the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, saying how pleased he was to take “a … Continue reading

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