Colombus, Ohio, June 2016.
From Anita Mills: We had a wonderful time singing at General Assembly – “flash mob singing”. We gathered about 50 people before it was all over. Common Ground Street Choir, sharing the job of song!
More than 100 brave souls stood up to the cold and rain in support of our environment on November 29, 2015 and marched across the Continental Bridge in Dallas, TX to urge political leaders across the world to say yes to 100% clean energy and protecting our future.
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We rallied to support the Mansfield Islamic Center in response to a threatened national anti-Muslim protest. Imam Mohamed Herbert, who was surprised and delighted to see us, treated us to a guided tour and a short discussion.
(BTW, none of the promised armed members of the hate groups actually showed up.)
The Common Ground Street Choir joined the rally in downtown Dallas for Medicaid Expansion on the last day of the Texas Legislative Session.
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Video by Two Hats Publishing