Community

What’s creative life without community? Organizing art fairs, doing activism through creative work, etc.—here Pyragraph bloggers share how they’ve reached out to their communities through their work.

Global bank by Peri Pakroo - Pyragraph

Peri Here: It’s Pyragraph Pledge Week!

Mainly what I’d say to my friend is this: Imagine a world where there is a free beer tap on every corner. If you want to make a living selling beer, how can you succeed? One inescapable part of the answer, it seems to me, is that you end up giving away a LOT of beer.

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Dear Little Bobby - Pyragraph

Dear Little Bobby: Too Slow, Manilow?

Little Bobby Tucker

Our modern civil rights movement needs as many people as possible to be themselves and for us to work together for change. But people “being themselves” also means that they are allowed to not talk about their private life for as long as they do not want to talk about it, maybe even forever.

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Dear Little Bobby - Pyragraph

Dear Little Bobby: Depressed About Politics

Little Bobby Tucker

I want to work on making things better, by voting, by talking about this stuff online and in person, by recognizing my white male privilege and not abusing it, by being a vegetarian, because “human privilege” exists too (and I know that the way we treat animals reflects how we treat each other).

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Meredith Graves - Jon Southcoasting - Pyragraph

The Career of Being Myself

Guest Blogger

Guest Blogger Meredith Graves shares: “I swim, because I would rather persist than drown, and because I know that since I am my own life raft, once in awhile, when the rapids abate, I can kick up my heels and float.”

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