The pieces in this section are generally written by members of the Lawrence community and those who have close ties. In addition, the Times is offering some space for area organizations and organizers to provide updates and attempt to reach other folks who might share their mission.
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OPINION COLUMNS + LETTERS TO THE TIMES
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“A raging pandemic that turned moviegoing into one of the supposedly more dangerous activities really cramped my style,” LarryvilleLife writes.
“Drawing upon its rich tradition of volunteerism and civic engagement, the Islamic community of Lawrence stands ready to work with its neighbors to make positive contributions to the development of Lawrence and to world peace,” Syed Jamal writes.
“When I answer questions, I attempt to center the most marginalized people — that way the answer applies to everyone, not just white folks,” Cody writes.
“We as businesses, having access to resources and network connections, must do our part to reach a collective solution to the rapid increase in mental illness,” Nate Morsches writes.
The United Way of Douglas County is accepting applicants for two separate funds geared toward Anti-Poverty and Family Stabilization, respectively.
Lawrence Mutual Aid Network writes: “We need to not only end homelessness but end the potential of any community member feeling as if they do not have resources or options to feel secure in their own housing.”
Note: The Lawrence Times is offering some space for area organizations and organizers to provide […]