Did I write this just so I could use this image of a protest poster? not really.
Of all who read this, SOMEBODY will be unhappy after the election, so I offer a link to a class in making protest posters, here, led by the Princeton University Art Museum on November 5.
Hopefully, it won’t be MY side needing to make the posters!
Meanwhile, the more overtly political department of Princeton University offers some prescient talks.
Here’s one on how Wall Street can be less heartless and more helpful, Wednesday, October 14.
And here’s a chance to hear how Isabelle Wilkerson, the author of Caste: the Origins of our Discontents, addresses white supremacy history, on Thursday, October 15.
And if you REALLY want to know what precipitated the great divide during the Trump era, attend on Monday, October 19.
I’m going to TRY to go to these, but my priority lies with dance classes and spiritual development. For dance, I recommend online classes at the Martin Center for Dance, where I take a class for older adults and a ‘dancey” exercise class with Mary Pat Robertson and Gabriella Proffitt. For spiritual development, I’m in small groups and studies at Princeton United Methodist Church. Because, after all, health and spiritual delight will carry us through whatever is going on in Washington.