Dang, I meant to re-post this sorta review here about a month ago.
In a nutshell, I don't particularly care for the what the Amy Poehler and the Hollywood Movie Machine did with Jennifer Mathieu's YA novel Moxie. The more I think about it, especially after I've reread the book, the more quibbles I find with the film adaptation. Nevertheless, it's worth watching, especially if it raises the consciousness of girls and young women in the US and elsewhere and encourages them to read the far superior source material.
Here's my January 2018 review of the book itself.
Slowly and surely, Green Party Houston is coming back to life and gearing up for the 2022 election cycle. What we need right now, more than anything, is people—preferably people who are pissed off at the Establishment parties and the anti-people system they perpetuate (and from which they profit).
Come be Green with us in cyberspace, Monday night the 12th. Registration strongly recommended. Future online meetings will require registration to get the link, although before too long we should be able to meet in person.
The April meeting will include a look at the Green Party Maps project, which could very well be the future of Greendom on the web.
Hyperlinks in text don't appear to be working on Weebly this morning, so here's the URL to register and get the details: https://www.txgreens.org/green_party_houston_zoom_april_21
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