Listening to: Brazos session on Daytrotter.

My friend PC just sent me this blog by a yoga instructor turned UCC minister, and I've enjoyed it so far: Liminal Preacher.

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"Bicycle City, a 160-acre community now in the works in the rolling hills outside Columbia, South Carolina, has dreams of growing up to be ... a village. As a prototype for a planned network of car-free burgs, the first pedal-powered, mixed-use hamlet in the nation will start small and stay that way."

The Low Anthem Cover 20 Folk Songs Live

"On the day of the historic 'March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom' (August 28, 1963), known today as The Great March on Washington (watch it on YouTube in three parts), CBS aired a 30-minute roundtable discussion featuring James Baldwin, Marlon Brando, Harry Belafonte, Charlton Heston, Joseph L. Mankiewicz and Sidney Poitier."

More on the high costs of incarceration. Despite medical parole law, hospitalized prisoners are costing California taxpayers millions: "With California mired in a budget crisis, guarding incapacitated prisoners at outside hospitals continues to cost taxpayers millions as the state figures out how to implement a new medical parole law."

A film by Human Rights Watch: Living with HIV in Mississippi: "Mississippi invests little in HIV programs. The state's policies also promote stigma and criminalize the transmission of the disease."

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