Intimidating strike dampd
Last week, we parkies (as Parks professionals sometimes call ourselves) were suddenly thrown into the international limelight.And by “we”, I mostly mean “they:” fearless and outspoken US National Parks employees who rose up against intimidation, alternative facts and gag orders.Sometimes these challenges can be both inspiring and intimidating.Pete Carroll, the American Football coach, described how he looked forward to competing against tough opponents.
If you could live in a dream house, anywhere in the world, where would it be?We had the steel workers, who have never had a mass strike within living memory, coming out in a manner that was beyond all praise.And lastly, we had one of the strongest weapons in the hands of modern capitalism, the press, knocked out of the hands of the employers by the energetic action of the printing trade unions.You may have run a marathon, helped a troubled person, climbed a mountain or tackled a problem that you initially found frightening.People often grow by throwing themselves into doing projects rather than by just reading about the theory.
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They tweeted facts: simple, pithy, ironic, thoughtful facts, as the rebel voice spread from park to park across the US.