There’s got to be a way to educate people in their comfort zone…

There’s got to be a way to educate people in their comfort zone, you know, without rattling their cage and saying, “Wake up!”  And that’s hard.  That’s a challenge, on a daily basis.  Whether we’re talking about prisons, or we’re talking about horrible water coming out of the faucets at Orosi High School or we’re talking about pesticides seeping into the drinking water or even the air that you breathe while you’re out hanging your clothes on the laundry.  Those are challenges.  To talk to folks that sit there and write legislation and ignore us – it’s like they don’t get it.  They reach to a certain level in politics and think, “That’s kind of extreme behavior,” but these are extreme conditions.  Yeah, it is extreme and that’s why there these folks around the Valley have surfaced and try to create change.

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