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Reflections on COVID-19

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By Cindy Tate, JONAH Board Member from Unitarian Universalist Congregation

The Kindergarten boy misses his friends, and especially misses the day he got to go to the library. Now he is writing and illustrating his own books and newspapers. But he still misses his friends. He did get to see a photo of them all online. Read More…

Pandemic Further Marginalizes Community

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By Alaina Kennelly, JONAH InternEdited by Michelle Pride, JONAH Board Member

The COVID-19 outbreak will have lasting effects on people locally – especially those who were struggling prior to the virus and are now more vulnerable than ever. I decided to interview a few JONAH Leaders who work with marginalized populations on a daily basis to find out more about how exactly people are impacted. Read More…

Election Disaster

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by Alaina Kennelley, Intern

Despite the outbreak of COVID-19, the Wisconsin elections still took place Tuesday April 7th. This election saw more absentee ballots than in past years and more early voting as well. I recently spoke with Martha Nieman, a candidate for District 17 County Board Supervisor, and Kate Beaton, Eau Claire City Council Member and Organizer for Wisconsin Conservation Voters, Read More…