Monthly Archives: January 2017

Doing SOLHOT as a Reliable Way of Life

“I remember the day I let go of the idea and held on to people it’s much riskier now I really wanna’ take care”  – We Levitate, “Take Care”, How I Feel EP (2016) I am a lover/bandbae/dreamer/Black girl artist/DJ/and … Continue reading

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TIMES Shelter Needs to Reopen for Men’s Emergency Services

The TIMES men’s shelter is owned by Rosecrance, a not-for-profit corporation that primarily runs 40 drug and alcohol rehab centers in four states. In 2016 Rosecrance bought Community Elements, the agency that has in many ways acted as the de-facto … Continue reading

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IMC announcements

Fun With FOIAs! Workshop with Brian Dolinar & Sarah Lazare Saturday, January 28, 7-10pm at IMC This workshop will give members of the CU community access to the tools for filing their own public records requests under the Freedom of … Continue reading

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Keep Loving, Keep Fighting: Meditations from the Days after Trump Presidency Was Declared

I’d wager that for all of you November 9, 2016 was a day of shock, revulsion, horror, disbelief, tears, confusion and a huge amount of fury. Like most of you, I had a very hard time focusing on anything but … Continue reading

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Small Victories Matter

By Jacquelyn Potter Jacquelyn Potter is on the Executive Committee of the local Sierra Club, where she is involved in activism regarding DAPL and other pipeline issues. A celebration of joy erupted in the cold, snowy and wet camp at … Continue reading

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Feminist Reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election

By Nancy Dietrich and Julie Laut Nancy Dietrich lives in Urbana and is active in the C-U community.  She is a founding funder of the UCIMC. Julie Laut lives in Urbana and serves on the board of the Unitarian Universalist … Continue reading

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