Today was my observation day, tagging along with a field manager to see what canvassing is like. Here are some observations.
1) Most people are nice and don't, you know...support pollution.
2) More people than you'd ever imagine care enough to write letters to their state representatives when they're asked to.
3) Kids are adorable.
4) Dogs are always trying to run outside.
5) Old people really REALLY hate people talking to them about the environment. Like
WITH BENEFITS AND SHIT, WOO!
I interviewed for a community/political organizer position today for a local environmental advocacy group and pretty much nailed it. Tomorrow I tag along for an observation/volunteer day and based on my performance I'll be assigned a full-time position. I'm so geekily excited, I can't help myself. I'm basically going to get paid to help promote environmental causes I already sincerely care about, canvassing around north Texas neighborhoods, participating
The height requirements for tryouts are now 5'7'' and under. My sister is trying out Saturday morning and wants me to join her. I've always entertained the idea, but never did for many reasons.
1. My nagging feminist brain only RECENTLY began to understand that virtually anything can be taken on with a feminist perspective, even modeling.
2. I'm 5'5'' and 130-135 pounds off and on.
3. I have a pair of impressive, though unconventional DD boobz that prevent me from
I'm totally putting together this awesome Veteran's Day event on campus and it's going to rule. We're screening an anti-war/military documentary followed my a guest speaker/Iraq War veteran to speak about his experiences in the war and his advocacy for non-violence.
I'm actually doing something that matters. Call me naive ("Christina, you're naive.") but if only 3 people out of everyone who attends comes out with a new outlook on war and violence, we've/I've accomplished
This is so adorable.