Everyone has been very busy fighting for our personal causes, and The Radish house is now well into our past.
Our push towards agitating and education for a world free of all forms of oppression is still alive and well, however.
This month's First Friday Art Walk will feature a small group of Homeschool children, passing around their pro-homeschooling petition that, when full, they will be sending straight to the white-house. Look for them on the square, and support the next generation of radical, outspoken activists!
Many of us are travelling cross-country at the moment, while others are active at home, and as the word passes from one to another, fires and passions ignite to keep up the work towards making the world a better place for everyone.
A good many Radishals do not at this time have adequate internet to be able to keep the blog regularly updated, so our updates to this blog are very few and far between.
The Radish is dead
Long live The Radish!
Due to news that The Radish is commonly thought of as "that cult that meets downtown", it has been decided that the name we use must be changed, to avoid that very incorrect labeling.
But a rose, by any other name, would smell as sweet.
Let it be known that while the name "Radish" may fall by the wayside, we will keep this blog open as a clearinghouse for activist and community information in the southwest Missouri area.
Many of us have joined up with other local community organizations in order to keep the vision alive, and we encourage everyone to do the same.
Get active, stay active, and let's keep moving forward!