Trust in the Dutch government is at a 10-year high.
They just arrested and extradited a neo-Nazi in Heerlen.
Now let me go check the news back home in the US…
My partner is now working from her office, I still WFH, and it is disturbing how much I talk to the cats.
I’m looking forward to the small but meaningful UI innovations of HEY making it into open-standard email clients.
My dream building has been put on the market and is a bargain. Please support my GoFundMe.
I know AOC is amazing, but are you all watching what @cmkshama is up to in Seattle? Maybe I’m biased because I voted for her, but to me she really represents grassroots progressive America.
Deciding how to support the #BlackLivesMatter can be complicated. So, in hope of inspiring others, let me highlight our personal selections:
The NAACP legal defense fund serves the black community in several meaningful ways, both immediately relevant and more strategic.
The American Civil Liberties Union is always a good choice. Today they are fighting such bullshit as putting open-air, masked protesters in indoor cells together while blaming them for not being safe.
It’s unfortunate that ActBlue’s mutual aid and bail funds collective can be labeled “blue” because taking care of vulnerable people has become a political statement. But even if you’re “red” this is a good way to broadly apply timely help.
Campaign Zero has been working towards sensible US police reform for some time, and is the leading focus fund for this issue today.