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“While significant strides have been made in the pursuit of life expectancy, healthcare, educational opportunities, and constitutional protections for women, the Supreme Court, in particular, still wrestles with their status, as evidenced by their problems in pursuing equal opportunity in education and employment, reproductive freedom, the military, and violence against women.”
David E. Wilkins, The Legal Universe: Observations of the Foundations of American Law

“Obviously these are some exceptional young people, but what they have in common is that they were ordinary people who cared. They wanted to act, to do something, to make life better for other people—and they have.”
Morgan Carroll, Take Back Your Government: A Citizen's Guide to Making Your Government Work For You

“When there’s a vacuum of public input, lobbyists usually fill it. But when there’s public input, the people usually win.”
Morgan Carroll, Take Back Your Government: A Citizen's Guide to Making Your Government Work For You

“I spent my summers at my grandparents’ cabin in Estes Park, literally next door to Rocky Mountain National Park. We had a view of Longs Peak across the valley and the giant rock beaver who, my granddad told me, was forever climbing toward the summit of the mountain. We awoke to mule deer peering in the windows and hummingbirds buzzing around the red-trimmed feeders; spent the days chasing chipmunks across the boulders of Deer Mountain and the nights listening to coyotes howling in the dark.”
Mary Taylor Young, The Guide to Colorado Mammals

“But it was Aldo’s pen that became his most forceful tool. He started a newsletter for rangers called the Carson Pine Cone. Aldo used it to “scatter seeds of knowledge, encouragement, and enthusiasm.” Most of the Pine Cone’s articles, poems, jokes, editorials, and drawings were Aldo’s own. His readers soon realized that the forest animals were as important to him as the trees. His goal was to bring back the “flavor of the wilds.”
Marybeth Lorbiecki, Things, Natural, Wild, and Free: The Life of Aldo Leapold

25x33 Fulcrum Authors — 2 members — last activity Feb 23, 2011 03:21PM
An independent publisher located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Fulcrum takes pride in encouraging readers to live life to the fullest and t ...more
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You can discuss Native authors, issues, or just chat here. Native American people or people interested in Native Americans are welcome.
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Originally founded as the Boulder Book Club on Facebook, this is an experimental reimagining of the club on Goodreads started for the 17th selection. ...more
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