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By Nicholas Kristof The pesticide, which belongs to a class of chemicals developed as a nerve gas made by Nazi Germany, is now found in food, air and drinking water. Human and animal studies show that it damages the brain and reduces I.Q.s while causing tremors among children. It has also been linked to lung cancer and Parkinson’s disease in adults.

This chemical, chlorpyrifos, is hard to pronounce, so let’s just call it Dow Chemical Company’s Nerve Gas Pesticide. Even if you haven’t heard of it, it may be inside you: One 2012 study found that it was in the umbilical cord blood of 87 percent of newborn babies tested. And now the Trump administration is embracing it, overturning a planned ban that had been in the works for many years. The Environmental Protection Agency actually banned Dow’s Nerve Gas Pesticide for most indoor residential use 17 years ago — so it’s no longer found in the Raid you spray at cockroaches (it’s very effective, which is why it’s so widely used; then again, don’t suggest this to Dow, but sa-

by Francis Parchellus Church The New York Sun, 1897 DEAR EDITOR: I am 8 years old. “Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. “Papa says, ‘If you see it in THE SUN it’s so.’ “Please tell me the truth; is there a Santa Claus? “VIRGINIA O’HANLON. “115 WEST NINETY-FIFTH STREET.”

So Dow’s Nerve Gas Pesticide will still be used on golf courses, road medians and crops that end up on our plate. Kids are told to eat fruits and vegetables, but E.P.A. scientists found levels of this pesticide on such foods at up to 140 times the limits deemed safe.

“This was a chemical developed to attack the nervous system,” notes Virginia Rauh, a Columbia professor who has conducted groundbreaking research on it. “It should not be a surprise that it’s not good for people.” Remember the brain-damaging lead that was ignored in drinking water in Flint, Mich.? What’s happening under the Trump administration is a nationwide echo of what was permitted in Flint: Officials are turning a blind eye to the spread of a number of toxic substances, including those linked to cancer and brain damage. “We are all Flint,” Professor Rauh says. “We will look back on it as something shameful.” Here’s the big picture: The $800 billion chemical industry lavishes money on politicians and lobbies its way out of effective regulation. This has always been a problem,

VIRGINIA, your little friends are wrong. They have been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age. They do not believe except they see. They think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by their little minds. All minds, Virginia, whether they be men’s or children’s, are little. In this great universe of ours man is a mere insect, an ant, in his intellect, as compared with the boundless world about him, as measured by the intelligence capable of grasping the whole of truth and knowledge. Yes, VIRGINIA, there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as love

The chemical industry lobby, the American Chemistry Council, is today’s version of Big Tobacco. One vignette: Chemical companies secretly set up a now-defunct front organization called Citizens for Fire Safety that purported to be a coalition of firefighters, doctors and others alarmed about house fires. The group called for requiring flame retardant chemicals in couches, to save lives, of course.\ A photo posted on the Facebook page of Citizens for Fire Safety. Despite its name, the organization represented chemical companies, not concerned members of the public. In fact, this was an industry hoax, part of a grand strategy to in-

crease Even if sales of flame you haven’t retardants — whose prinheard of it, ciple effect it may be seems to inside you. be to cause cancer. The American Chemistry Council was caught lying about its involvement in this hoax.

ton noted that to oversee toxic chemicals, Trump appointed a council veteran along with toxicologist with a history of taking council money to defend carcinogens. In effect, Trump appointed two foxes to be Special Assistant for Guarding the Henhouse. Some day we will look back and wonder: What were we thinking?! I’ve written about the evidence that toxic chemicals are lowering men’s sperm counts, and new research suggests by extrapolation that by 2060, a majority of American and European men could even be infertile. These days we spew fewer toxins into our air and rivers, and instead we dump poisons directly into our own bodies. A Dow spokeswoman, Rachelle Schikorra, told me that “Dow stands by the safety of chlorpyrifos” (I don’t think the company approves of my branding it Dow’s Nerve Gas Pesticide). Given Dow’s confidence, I suggest that the company spray it daily in its executive dining rooms. Look, it’s easy to get diverted by the daily White House fireworks. But long after the quotidian craziness is forgotten, Americans will be caring for victims of the chemical industry’s takeover of safety regulation.

Yet these days, Trump is handing over the keys of our regulatory apparatus to the council and its industry allies. An excellent Times article by Eric Lip-

Democrats sometimes gloat that Trump hasn’t managed to pass significant legislation so far, which is true. But he has been tragically effective at dismantling environmental and health regulations — so that Trump’s most enduring legacy may be cancer, infertility and diminished I.Q.s for decades to come.

and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how dreary would be the world if there were no Santa Claus. It would be as dreary as if there were no VIRGINIAS. There would be no childlike faith then, no poetry, no romance to make tolerable this existence. We should have no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. The eternal light with which childhood fills the world would be extinguished.

on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus, but even if they did not see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that is no sign that there is no Santa Claus. The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see. Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? Of course not, but that’s no proof that they are not there. Nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the world.

Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe in fairies! You might get your papa to hire men to watch in all the chimneys

You may tear apart the baby’s rattle and see what makes the noise inside, but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the

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That was a triumph for Dow, but the decision stirred outrage among public health experts. They noted that Dow had donated $1 million for President Trump’s inauguration.

but now the Trump administration has gone so far as to choose chemical industry lobbyists to oversee environmental protections. The American Academy of Pediatrics protested the administration’s decision on the nerve gas pesticide, but officials sided with industry over doctors. The swamp won.

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COMMENTS The colored parts of the image above, p r e p a r e d by Columbia University scientists, indicate where a child’s brain is physically altered after exposure to this pesticide.

rin nerve gas might be even more effective!). The E.P.A. was preparing to ban it for agricultural and outdoor use this spring, but then the Trump administration rejected the ban.

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Maine Charitable Mechanic Association, Library • 519 Congress St • Tuesday, Octber 10 • 12:00pm Portland Public Library • 5 Monument Way • Tuesday, October 10 • 5:30pm Maine Women Writers Collection•UNE • 716 Stevens Ave • Tuesday, October 10 • 7:00pm UNE Art Gallery • University of New England • 716 Stevens Ave • Wednesday, October 11 • 12:00pm Maine College of Art, Library • 522 Congress Street • Sunday, October 15 • 5pm

POETS & WRITERS ROUNDTABLE CONVERSATION (hosted by Portland’s poet laureate, Gibson Fay-LeBlanc) Longfellow Bookstore • 1 Monument Way • Portland,ME • Wednesday, October 11 • 7:00pm

FREE COPIES OF THE BOOK ARE AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: University of New England Library • 716 Stevens Ave • Portland, ME Maine College of Art Library • 522 Congress Street • Portland, ME Portland Public Library • 5 Monument Way • Portland, ME

1984 MOVIE SHOWING   - THURSDAY, 10/12, 6:30 PM Portland Public • 5 Monument Way • Portland, ME

People all across the country are getting together to have conversations about George Orwell’s 1984. Join us. Each conversation has a moderator and is limited to 18 participants.  See our website for conversation sign ups, excerpts, as well as locations close to you beyond those listed above. Have not read the book? Have not signed up? All walk-ins are welcome to participate.

CONVERSATIONS HELD AT: MAINE CHARITABLE MECHANIC ASSOCIATION (Library) 519 Congress St Tuesday, Octber 10, 12:00pm

GEOR GE ORWELL POETS & WRITERS          ROUNDTABLE CONVERSATION (hosted by Portland’s poetlaureate, Gibson Fay-LeBlanc)

1984 MOVIE SHOWING    Thursday, 10/12, 6:30 pm Portland Public Library 5 Monument Way Portland ME

People all across the country are getting together to have conversations about George Orwell’s 1984. Join us. Each conversation has a MAINE WOMEN WRITERS moderator and is limited to 18 FREE COPIES COLLECTION participants.  See our website of the book are available at University of New England  the following locations in Portland: for conversation sign ups, 716 Stevens Ave excerpts, as well as locations University of New England Library close to you beyond those listed Tuesday, October 10, 7:00pm 716 Stevens Ave above. Have not read the book? Portland ME UNE ART GALLERY  Have not signed up? All walk-ins   University of New England  are welcome to participate. Maine College of Art Library 716 Stevens Ave Wednesday, October 11, 12:00pm 522 Congress Street Portland ME   MAINE COLLEGE OF ART Portland Public Library LIBRARY 5 Monument Way 522 Congress Street Portland ME Sunday, October 15, 5pm PORTLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY 5 Monument Way Tuesday, October 10, 5:30pm 

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Thursday, Nov. 30 Stonewall Strong – Reading and Discussion Portland Public Library, 5:30pm with author John-Manuel Andriote & Bill Nemitz In Stonewall Strong, John-Manuel Andriote writes with searing honesty about the choices and forces that brought him to his own ‘before-and-after’ moment, teasing out what he learned along the way about resilience, surviving, and thriving. He frames pivotal moments in recent history as manifestations of gay men’s resilience, from the years of secrecy and subversion before the 1969 Stonewall riots; through the coming of age, heartbreak, and politically emboldening AIDS years; and pushing onward to legal marriage equality.

Friday, Dec. 1 World AIDS Day & First Friday Art Walk 5:15 PM – CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL

Congress Square Park (corner of Congress St. and State St.)

6:00 PM – SCREENING: BPM Portland Museum of Art

In Paris in the early 1990s, a group of activists goes to battle for those stricken with HIV/AIDS, taking on sluggish government agencies and major pharmaceutical companies in bold, invasive actions. The organization is ACT UP, and its members, many of them gay and HIV-positive, embrace their mission with a literal life-or-death urgency. Amid rallies, protests, fierce debates and ecstatic dance parties, the newcomer Nathan falls in love with Sean, the group’s radical firebrand, and their passion sparks against the shadow of mortality as the activists fight for a breakthrough. Clients of Frannie Peabody Center: please contact Katie Rutherford at 619-8013 to reserve a free ticket.

DURATION OF THE ART WALK:

Special Thanks to Creative Portland for their incredible support for World AIDS Day – don’t miss their monthly Art Walk map/schedule which will feature World AIDS Day and indicate each event happening during the Art Walk with a Red AIDS Awareness Ribbon.

PORTLAND MUSEUM OF ART:

In addition to the screening of BPM listed above, PMA will be honoring World AIDS Day by participating in A Day With(out) Art and shrouding pieces of work, including a piece chosen by Nan Goldin. PMA will also be lighting their arcade with red lights and creating a ribbon banner placed on the façade.

Saturday, Dec. 2nd TIME TBD – ZINE WORKSHOP

Zero Station (222 Anderson St, Portland) Join visiting artists, Peter Cramer and Jack Waters, for their Zine Workshop – a facilitated platform for building a new language for current and future generations; a vocabulary specific to gender queer post corporate pharma experiences born of the epidemic that are independent of, yet informed by, currently dominant narratives of AIDS/HIV.

Thursday, Nov. 30 Stonewall Strong – Reading and Discussion Portland Public Library, 5:30pm with author John-Manuel Andriote & Bill Nemitz In Stonewall Strong, John-Manuel Andriote writes with searing honesty about the choices and forces that brought him to his own ‘before-and-after’ moment, teasing out what he learned along the way about resilience, surviving, and thriving. He frames pivotal moments in recent history as manifestations of gay men’s resilience, from the years of secrecy and subversion before the 1969 Stonewall riots; through the coming of age, heartbreak, and politically emboldening AIDS years; and pushing onward to legal marriage equality.

SPACE GALLERY:

Zero Station

TIME TBD – SCREENING: ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS

Friday, Dec. 1 World AIDS Day & First Friday Art Walk 5:15 PM – CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL

MAINE COLLEGE OF ART:

ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS is the 28th iteration of Visual AIDS’ longstanding Day With(out) Art project. Curated by Erin Christovale and Vivian Crockett for Visual AIDS, the video program prioritizes Black narratives within the ongoing AIDS epidemic, commissioning seven new and innovative short videos from artists Mykki Blanco, Cheryl Dunye & Ellen Spiro, Reina Gossett, Thomas Allen Harris, Kia Labeija, Tiona Nekkia McClodden and Brontez Purnell. In spite of the impact of HIV/AIDS within Black communities, these stories and experiences are constantly excluded from larger artistic and historical narratives. In 2016 African Americans represented 44% of all new HIV diagnoses in the United States. Given this context, it is increasingly urgent to feature a myriad of stories that consider and represent the lives of those housed within this statistic. ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS seeks to highlight the voices of those that are marginalized within broader Black communities nationwide, including queer and trans folks.

In Paris in the early 1990s, a group of activists goes to battle for those stricken with HIV/AIDS, taking on sluggish government agencies and major pharmaceutical companies in bold, invasive actions. The organization is ACT UP, and its members, many of them gay and HIV-positive, embrace their mission with a literal life-or-death urgency. Amid rallies, protests, fierce debates and ecstatic dance parties, the newcomer Nathan falls in love with Sean, the group’s radical firebrand, and their passion sparks against the shadow of mortality as the activists fight for a breakthrough. Clients of Frannie Peabody Center: please contact Katie Rutherford at 619-8013 to reserve a free ticket.

Keith Haring AIDS Memorial Quilt, courtesy of New England Names Project and National AIDS Memorial Quilt MECA will be participating in A Day With(out) Art by shrouding a piece of work and flying the Red Ribbon Flag on Congress Street. Students are also developing World AIDS Day poster.

ALL DAY AT COFFEE BY DESIGN:

CBD traditionally honors World AIDS Day by having red ribbons available at all locations and offering a public book to share memories and show support.

The film will have debuted on Dec. 1st at the Whitney Museum in NYC. The Dec. 2nd screening in Portland

Congress Square Park (corner of Congress St. and State St.)

6:00 PM – SCREENING: BPM Portland Museum of Art

DURATION OF THE ART WALK:

Special Thanks to Creative Portland for their incredible support for World AIDS Day – don’t miss their monthly Art Walk map/schedule which will feature World AIDS Day and indicate each event happening during the Art Walk with a Red AIDS Awareness Ribbon.

PORTLAND MUSEUM OF ART:

In addition to the screening of BPM listed above, PMA will be honoring World AIDS Day by participating in A Day With(out) Art and shrouding pieces of work, including a piece chosen by Nan Goldin. PMA will also be lighting their arcade with red lights and creating a ribbon banner placed on the façade.

Saturday, Dec. 2nd TIME TBD – ZINE WORKSHOP

Zero Station (222 Anderson St, Portland) Join visiting artists, Peter Cramer and Jack Waters, for their Zine Workshop – a facilitated platform for building a new language for current and future generations; a vocabulary specific to gender queer post corporate pharma experiences born of the epidemic that are independent of, yet informed by, currently dominant narratives of AIDS/HIV.

TIME TBD – SCREENING: ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS

SPACE GALLERY:

Zero Station

MAINE COLLEGE OF ART:

ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS is the 28th iteration of Visual AIDS’ longstanding Day With(out) Art project. Curated by Erin Christovale and Vivian Crockett for Visual AIDS, the video program prioritizes Black narratives within the ongoing AIDS epidemic, commissioning seven new and innovative short videos from artists Mykki Blanco, Cheryl Dunye & Ellen Spiro, Reina Gossett, Thomas Allen Harris, Kia Labeija, Tiona Nekkia McClodden and Brontez Purnell.

Keith Haring AIDS Memorial Quilt, courtesy of New England Names Project and National AIDS Memorial Quilt MECA will be participating in A Day With(out) Art by shrouding a piece of work and flying the Red Ribbon Flag on Congress Street. Students are also developing World AIDS Day poster.

ALL DAY AT COFFEE BY DESIGN:

CBD traditionally honors World AIDS Day by having red ribbons available at all locations and offering a public book to share memories and show support.

In spite of the impact of HIV/AIDS within Black communities, these stories and experiences are constantly excluded from larger artistic and historical narratives. In 2016 African Americans represented 44% of all new HIV diagnoses in the United States. Given this context, it is increasingly urgent to feature a myriad of stories that consider and represent the lives of those housed within this statistic. ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS seeks to highlight the voices of those that are marginalized within broader Black communities nationwide, including queer and trans folks. The film will have debuted on Dec. 1st at the Whitney Museum in NYC. The Dec. 2nd screening in Portland


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5:15 PM – CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL (Congress Square Park)

2:00 PM – ZINE WORKSHOP (Zero Station) 222 Anderson St, Portland – Join visiting artists, Peter Cramer and Jack Waters, for their Zine Workshop – a facilitated platform for building a new language for current and future generations; a vocabulary specific to gender queer post corporate pharma experiences born of the epidemic that are independent of, yet informed by, currently dominant narratives of AIDS/HIV.

(corner of Congress St. and State St.) with special presentation by Lumenarrt.

6:00 PM – SCREENING: BPM (Portland Museum of Art)

In Paris in the early 1990s, a group of activists goes to battle for those stricken with HIV/AIDS, taking on sluggish government agencies and major pharmaceutical companies in bold, invasive actions. The organization is ACT UP, and its members, many of them gay and HIV-positive, embrace their mission with a literal life-ordeath urgency. Amid rallies, protests, fierce debates and ecstatic dance parties, the newcomer Nathan falls in love with Sean, the group’s radical firebrand, and their passion sparks against the shadow of mortality as the activists fight for a breakthrough. Clients of Frannie Peabody Center: please contact Katie Rutherford at 6198013 to reserve a free ticket.

7:00 PM – THE HEART OF THE EVENING: AMERICAN NOCTURNES (First Parish UU Church)

THURSDAY, NOV. 30 5:30 PM - STONEWALL STRONG – READING AND DISCUSSION (Portland Public Library) with author John-Manuel Andriote & Bill Nemitz In Stonewall Strong, John-Manuel Andriote writes with searing honesty about the choices and forces that brought him to his own ‘before-and-after’ moment, teasing out what he learned along the way about resilience, surviving, and thriving. He frames pivotal moments in recent history as manifestations of gay men’s resilience, from the years of secrecy and subversion before the 1969 Stonewall riots; through the coming of age, heartbreak, and politically emboldening AIDS years; and pushing onward to legal marriage equality.

425 Congress St. - An encore performance of part of the UU Community Church concert series, featuring songs by American composers, including Chris DiBlasio, whose life was cut short by AIDS in 1993. Admission is $15 general, $10 students and seniors. A portion of proceeds from the concert will benefit Frannie Peabody Center.

DURATION OF THE ART WALK:

Special Thanks to Creative Portland for their incredible support for World AIDS Day – don’t miss their monthly Art Walk map/schedule which will feature World AIDS Day and indicate each event happening during the Art Walk with a Red AIDS Awareness Ribbon.

PORTLAND MUSEUM OF ART:

In addition to the screening of BPM listed above, PMA will be honoring World AIDS Day by participating in A Day With(out) Art and shrouding pieces of work, including a piece chosen by Nan Goldin. PMA will also be lighting their arcade with red lights and creating a ribbon banner placed on the façade.

SPACE GALLERY:

Keith Haring AIDS Memorial Quilt, courtesy of New England Names Project and National AIDS Memorial Quilt

INSTITUTE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART AT MAINE COLLEGE OF ART:

ICA at MECA will be participating in A Day With(out) Art by shrouding a piece of work. MECA will be flying the Red Ribbon flag, and students are also developing World AIDS Day poster.

PRESS HOTEL:

The Press Hotel will be participating in A Day With(out) Art by shrouding a piece of work by Honour Mack.

ALL DAY AT COFFEE BY DESIGN: CBD traditionally honors World AIDS Day by having red ribbons available at all locations and offering a public book to share memories and show support.

6:00 PM – SCREENING: ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS (Zero Station) 222 Anderson St, Portland – ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS is the 28th iteration of Visual AIDS’ longstanding Day With(out) Art project. Curated by Erin Christovale and Vivian Crockett for Visual AIDS, the video program prioritizes Black narratives within the ongoing AIDS epidemic, commissioning seven new and innovative short videos from artists Mykki Blanco, Cheryl Dunye & Ellen Spiro, Reina Gossett, Thomas Allen Harris, Kia Labeija, Tiona Nekkia McClodden and Brontez Purnell. In spite of the impact of HIV/AIDS within Black communities, these stories and experiences are constantly excluded from larger artistic and historical narratives. In 2016 African Americans represented 44% of all new HIV diagnoses in the United States. Given this context, it is increasingly urgent to feature a myriad of stories that consider and represent the lives of those housed within this statistic. ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS seeks to highlight the voices of those that are marginalized within broader Black communities nationwide, including queer and trans folks. The film will have debuted on Dec. 1st at the Whitney Museum in NYC. The Dec. 2nd screening in Portland will be followed by a discussion led by Peter Cramer and Jack Waters.

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Fall 2017 Process Book  

A book of process and finals for graphic design projects completed in my fall 2017 semester.

Fall 2017 Process Book  

A book of process and finals for graphic design projects completed in my fall 2017 semester.

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