All posts tagged "Wyoming"

  • UN-masc-ING JACKSON

    Ahead of his local appearance, gender justice warrior Jackson Katz dismantles masculinity and reassembles male responsibility JACKSON HOLE, WY – The phrase “violence against women” is misleading, Jackson Katz often tells audiences. The author and educator is...

    • Posted June 20, 2018
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  • Non-Discrimination Ordinance Moves Forward

    Town Council voted unanimously to legally protect LGBTQ people from discrimination JACKSON HOLE, WY – It was an emotional moment during the first reading of the non-discrimination ordinance at Monday’s Jackson Town Council meeting. Tears brimmed in...

    • Posted June 20, 2018
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  • Tipping the Scales

    While challenging imbalances of representation in law and politics, a wave of indigenous women are rising into power within their communities JACKSON HOLE, WY – Even though Terri Smith spent the bulk of her teens and early...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • Taxing the Rich, Teton Style

    As state revenue streams dry up, why are Wyoming’s richest residents absolved from paying their share? JACKSON HOLE, WY – David Miller has an apocalyptic vision for Wyoming—one that would shackle the state even more tightly to...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • Editor’s Note: The Fight for Equal Rights is Everyone’s Fight

    Jackson’s first gay dance party could be the beginning of a new era JACKSON HOLE, WY – When LGBTQ people visit Jackson Hole, they often do not feel welcome. That’s what Vinicius Freitas wrote in an email...

    • Posted June 13, 2018
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  • The New West: Young People and Conservation

    A noted college professor weighs in on the future of a movement and its torchbearers As a Baby Boomer who came of age during the last half of the 20th century, Don Snow saw the rise of...

    • Posted June 6, 2018
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  • To Feed or Not to Feed Starving Artists

    Redmond Rentals partnership stirs controversy over who should be prioritized for affordable housing JACKSON HOLE, WY – Artist Andy Kincaid will spend the summer sleeping in a tent. Kincaid, who shows his work nationwide, founded two contemporary...

    • Posted June 6, 2018
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  • Letter: It Begins Before High School

    A middle school student’s plea for parents, teachers and children to talk about consent, sexual assault now The students at the Jackson Hole Middle School are studying key problems both at home and abroad, such as the...

    • Posted June 5, 2018
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  • Bar T 5: No More Native American Portrayals

    Owners don’t want their business wrapped in ‘politics’ JACKSON HOLE, WY – Bar T 5 Covered Chuckwagon Cookout’s performances in Cache Creek and at Jackson parades will no longer include the portrayal of Native Americans. The decision came...

    • Posted June 1, 2018
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  • Redface in Jackson Forces Residents to Rethink Traditions

    Some of Jackson’s holiday celebrations include a racist component JACKSON HOLE, WY – There has been little community dialogue about the appropriation of Native American culture in Jackson Hole. That changed during Jackson’s Old West Days parade,...

    • Posted May 30, 2018
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