Forthcoming article on the particulars of why Minnesota has become far and away the most controversial place in the US. Have been too busy working on Heath Info article to work on this.
Since having been told that I am being watched on social media- nefariously watched is how it read- I have taken to inventing a secondary account and posting as a page rather than under my real name. I was told not to post “anything political at all”. I could lose my professional license, I wasContinue reading “Censorship- Media and Social Media”
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/health/covid-children-deaths/2020/09/25/9df39bf4-fdad-11ea-8d05-9beaaa91c71f_story.html%3foutputType=amp About a 3/4 mile walk (one way) through my neighborhood. I pass by what can only be described as almost completely park land. Photographed all the litter in masks that I passed- reminder this is a one way walk. Plus some of the local inhabitants….
Minnesota- the land of 10,000 lakes, known for its vibrant arts and music community, sometimes unpredictable weather, a safe place to live, and “Minnesota Nice”. Or that’s how it used to be anyways. The state wasn’t perfect before 2020, but now droves of native Minnesotans are leaving for states that are all around healthier. Why?Continue reading “Killing Them Softly: Covid-19 “Management” in Minnesota”
Given the circumstances and essential need for some information to be shared as quickly as possible, I have temporarily relaxed my high standards for what I am publishing. Most of what I have written still needs editing, citations, etc. I have not had the time to perfect each piece of writing and realize now thatContinue reading “All edited and unedited material to be published”
Due to the urgent nature of this topic- I have chosen to publish the unedited work in progress. Please forgive any grammatical errors and such. Work in progress… The United States, and many other countries are suffering from PTSD. A world plunged into the unknown, our rules, beliefs and ways of life turned upside down.Continue reading “Collective Societal Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Kristina Tehrani 4/7/2021”
Lots of 1984 out there!
By: Kristina Tehrani 2/10/2021, revised 3/16/2021 Today I stopped by the gas station and as I was browsing for my favorite bottled tea, I happened across the newspaper stand. There were two publications- The Saint Paul Pioneer Press and the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The headlines were nearly identical. This is not a direct headlineContinue reading “The Epidemic That Doesn’t Make The Papers”
When I was fourteen years old, my family made the decision to move out of the city because of the violence in the city schools. We moved to Woodbury. Most people were welcoming, but I did encounter some who weren’t so happy to have diversity in their suburb. I was a problem student in gradeContinue reading “Being Spat On By a Nazi”