Although humanity is experiencing a disaster of global proportions during the Covid-19 pandemic, we have no choice but to look to the future and work to ensure that things get better on many fronts, says Leader Joe Chuman in his May 3 platform.Full Platform Address
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Leader Joe Chuman predicts that the devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic will be met by a renewal of society and a more progressive future. The pandemic has unmasked realities that will serve as foundations for future action.Read More
Enforcing a distance between ourselves and others nurtures an appreciation for something we too readily take for granted–being in and feeling the physical presence of others. In this column, Joe Chuman discusses our powerful desire for the unmediated the presence of other human beings.
Tribalism, the enormous wealth gap in our society, and social isolation make people more prone to demagogic appeals to scapegoating as a malignant way to spur solidarity among the alienated.Read More
There is often a gap between what we aspire to and how things work out. Our most sincere efforts many times do not turn out according to our best-laid plans. Leader Joe Chuman discusses the variety of responses to these ubiquitous facts of life.Read More
For some, the erosion of traditional moorings that have sustained our political environment is manifested in personal anger, anxiety, and despair. But despair cannot be an end point. In the Jan. 5 platform address, Joe Chuman will discuss prescriptive actions.Read More