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Planet Mom Radio: The Petty Party (and Happy Mother’s Day!)

In our latest episode, which we aptly named “The Petty Party” we talk about bad behavior of adults all around. As we often say, the fish rots from the head so it’s fitting that the worst behavior came from President Trump during the annual convening of all the Teachers of the Year in Washington, DC.… Continue reading Planet Mom Radio: The Petty Party (and Happy Mother’s Day!)

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Twitter. Oh What a Day We Had Together.

[View the story “Twitter. You Are the Best and the Worst of Times. But You Make Me Smile.” on Storify]

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Providence Students Plan to Walk Out of School This Morning in Protest of Trump

I’m not a fan of student walk outs. And I hope it’s not just because I’m getting old. I’m confident that there is reason and substance behind my belief that students send a much stronger message when they protest on their own time. It shows that the cause is important enough for them to give… Continue reading Providence Students Plan to Walk Out of School This Morning in Protest of Trump

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My Head Exploded and You Are All to Blame

Well, my head exploded last night and I lay the blame at the feet of Democrats and Republicans. In fact, Betsy DeVos actually came out of the night seeming like one of the nicest people in the room.  Seeing as Elizabeth Warren didn’t even have the grace to shake DeVos’ hand after the hearing, it’s… Continue reading My Head Exploded and You Are All to Blame

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Governor Raimondo Works to Unite Rhode Islanders and Quell their Fears

Just this week, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo was praised by the Wall Street Journal in a piece entitled “An Island of Rationality in Blue State New England.” They see her as a Democrat who is bucking the party’s progressive trend and actually getting big things done, including talking honestly about the link between lack… Continue reading Governor Raimondo Works to Unite Rhode Islanders and Quell their Fears

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Student Voice: How Her School Came Together in Unity on the Heels of Election ’16

This guest post is written by Annavonh Phasouvor, a senior at Central High School.  @CentKnights Join us as we circle CHS tomorrow at 2:30 in an act of #unity for our school community. @esanzi @TurquoiseLady1 @jmendelsohn12 — [email protected] (@Carlson1Knights) November 9, 2016 Central High School in Providence, Rhode Island came together two days after the… Continue reading Student Voice: How Her School Came Together in Unity on the Heels of Election ’16