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Welcome to Evergreene Digest This Week, November 24, 2018.


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Feature Article

Democrats need to be ruthless on fixing voting. They're paying a steep price for neglect. Jill Lawrence,  USA Today

  • Voting reforms shouldbetop priority for all Democrats, now in states and later in Washington. What good are policy gains if you can't sustain them?
  • Related: Republicans Are Casting Doubt On Normal Election Processes For The Sake Of Winning.
  • Related: Overcoming Voter Suppression


Publisher's Choice

Here’s why every child at the border belongs to all of us. Leo J. O'Donovan, America Magazine / Anita Areli Ramirez Mejia, an asylum seeker from Honduras, hugs her 6-year-old son, Jenri, July 13 at La Posada Providencia shelter in San Benito, Texas. The mother and son were reunited after being separated near the Mexico-U.S. border. (CNS photo/Loren Elliott, Reuters) 

Our advocacy was based on the intrinsic dignity and inalienable value of all human beings and their equal and essential rights as members of the human family.

Of Special Interest
Federal Climate Report Predicts At Least 3 Degrees Of Warming By 2100. Alexander C. Kaufman <>and Chris D’Angelo, HuffPost / The scorched remnants of Paradise, California. John Locher/Associated Press
The White House’s decision to release the report over the holiday weekend is likely to bury the sobering new findings.

  • This article has been updated with comments from a climate scientist and a response from a NOAA spokeswoman.
  • Before You Go: What Climate Change Just Might Ruin

Bloggers & Columnists | Normon Solomon

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Books, Literature, & Ideas Project | A Thanksgiving Holiday Reader, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

  • Part 1: Giving Thanks
  • Some thoughts before Thanksgiving, 2018
  • Part 2: Thanks, Giving
  • Have a very good Thanksgiving
  • Part 3: From the Archives | Do You Know Where Your Tomatoes Come From?

Government & Politics

The ‘Pelosi Problem’ Runs Deep, Norman Solomon, Truthdig / House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California speaking in Des Moines, Iowa. (Charlie Neibergall / AP)

Progressives should recognize the likely House speaker as a symptom of a calcified party hierarchy that is beginning to lose its grip.

Peace & Non-violence

Hospitals Are Trying To Do What Politicians Haven’t: Stop Gun Violence. Nick Wing, Huff Post / Not content to simply patch up injuries, hospital-based violence intervention programs around the U.S. are helping to change the lives of survivors.

The Yemen Crisis, Khashoggi, and the Deadly Saudi Arms Trade, Elise Thomas, The Interpreter/Australia  / Portside / Nora bringsherfour month-old son Saleh to Al Hudaydah’s main hospital. Close to half a million children and two million mothers in Yemen are at risk of dying from severe acute malnutrition due to the ongoing conflict., UN OCHA/Giles Clarke

  • Whatever happened to Jamal Khashoggi … is … a painful reminder of the selective nature of international outrage that the death of a single, well-connected Saudi Arabian journalist was able to spark a conversation which the deaths of thousands of Yemeni civilians could not.
  • The murder of Jamal Khashoggi has forced new scrutiny of the Saudi role in the world’s greatest humanitarian crisis. But, despite calls for a Yemen ceasefireandother posturing, no Western country has pledged to end arms sales to the kingdom.

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