Masks off: What happens next? | Moment's Notice
Last updated 2/24/2022 at 8:42am
“When people build up walls, they keep other people out but end up keeping themselves in.” – Karamo Brown
Gov. Jay Inslee recently announced that the majority of restrictions under the Washington mask mandate would come to an end on March 21...
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Deborah Arthur writes:
Very well said. We will get there but it will take patience and respect. You are right. It also means if we are going to have a voice we should try to make it available so all can consider and think about it. Closed groups, blocked info accounts from some about local politics with knowledge block others from seeing them. I don't like cancel culture too much. I don't myself think things get done that way. Just creates more discourse and opportunity to hurt another person. So.. we need to work on being more transparent with each other and we can still disagree to disagree. Its a free Edmonds. I believe this or I would have been gone from all of this long ago. It wasn't covid that separated Edmonds. It was 6 years of ugly politics on both sides and a long long run of hate and then the riots in Minneapolis caused us to speak up. We needed to but then it never stopped. So we begin again.
02/28/2022, 7:07 pm