Activism is spread and enjoyed by several generations—Española Farmers Market!

ACTIVISM IN FOUR GENERATIONS?

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An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights is now available from SUNY Press in Albany, NY.

An Unfinished Revolution by Marguerite Kearns
6” x 9” Paperback; Published June 1, 2021 by SUNY Press; 354 pages; $34.95 retail.Publisher’s Catalog & Purchase the Book: 
http://www.sunypress.edu/p-7061-an-unfinished-revolution.aspx

Learn More About the Book & Author: 
https://go.authorsguild.org/members/4469

I don’t stress my own activism in the book, An Unfinished Revolution. It would take another book. But one example is the blog I’ve been writing and editing since 2007. The Espanola Farmers Market is something I’ve considered extremely important over the years. Take a look at last year’s offerings: EspanolaFarmersMarket.blogspot.com

Our food supply isn’t separate from the climate, the way climate affects our supply of food, and more. The blog I’ve been writing and editing since 2007 is an excellent example.

Check with Unfinished-Revolution.com for news and views of my book, recently released from SUNY Press (State University of New York). In the work, I’ve highlighted the story of my grandparents, Edna and Wilmer Kearns, and how their activism in the early women’s rights movement affected other generations in my family. If there’s one example of my own activism, it’s the farmers market.

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