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As a white person, acknowledging white privilege exists doesn’t mean I need to feel shame or guilt.
A yes vote on Ballot Measure 1 would be like driving a ship into the eye of a storm.
Our own feelings of discomfort must not be an excuse to look the other way.
I refuse to be categorized under umbrella of “white privilege.” I am just American.
Consider the recent past and how racism and injustice still exist among us.
White privilege is not the suggestion that white people have never struggled.
We need a mask mandate, here’s why.
The term “white privilege” was not coined to make recent white immigrants ashamed.
On July 20, the CBJ Assembly will be considering a bond package for this fall’s ballot. It will include construction projects to help create and… Continue reading
“I feel very privileged to be a United States citizen, but it has nothing to do with being ‘white.’”
We resort to bonding because taxes from other sources are insufficient to fund capital projects.
Keeping Juneau affordable into the future is the right thing to do.
Taxes aren’t the only factor in oil production.
“Without federal assistance we are in deep trouble.”
It’s possible to believe some police reform is necessary and empathize with and support the police.
I wear my mask for you.
The need for improved services in Juneau is real.
Recent evidence suggests evidence debilitating fear of Trump’s twittering thumbs.
Stockholders got billions that should’ve been retained to cover ferries , schools and dividends.
Fellow Alaskans, please make a plan for voting this fall.