In light of the recent killings and violence in Tulsa and Charlotte, I find myself so deeply moved by the work of Shooting Without Bullets in Cleveland, OH. Check out their amazing work in this interview with Mother, Artist, Leader Shemariah Arki.
A growing consensus of business and community leaders is aware that Maine’s local economy will need partnerships between locally owned business and non-profits, and new residents in Maine, including New Mainers. The demographic math in Maine is clear – we need more folks moving here and we need those folks to be able to meaningfully participate in growing our workforce. Dollars spent on local business stay in t
There is a word I’ve been avoiding using in my writing thus far this year – Trump. While I’ve appreciated the numerous take-downs, critiques, and analyses of Trump’s origins and impact on our politics – I have been spending time contemplating the man behind the vitriol, hate speech, misogyny and deep, deep insecurities. Here in Maine, we’ve seen our own share of injured men taking
How did I get into the work I do today? How did I chart a path that was not named for me at birth? How have I come to lead in a space that disadvantages people of my gender and race? These were just some of the questions on the table before us on a women’s leadership panel with the Maine NEW Leadership Program at the Margaret Chase Policy Center this Monday. I joined a power packed line-up of women: Zam Zam Moh