|Who's welcome to live here||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Fred H Olson -- WB0YQM (FRED%JWHvx.cis.umn.edu)|
|Date: Mon, 11 Jan 93 20:38 CST|
I think the messages regarding "women's cohousing group." etc address an important issue. Our Seward group has taken the position that we want to encourage diversity with the limits. The limit being the acceptance of the desire to work to make the community work which we assume bears no relation to peoples heiritage. It just means diversity doesnt mean everyone should be welcomed Seward got some bad news today. Namely that the latest monitoring well test results indicated more serious pollution problems than we heretofore expected. We'll know more in a week or so. But this got my wife and I talking about alternatives, should this significantly affect the possibility or timetable of the Seward site. Specifically we started to talk about the other two cohousing groups in Minneapolis. The discussion of TRG led to a discussion of who's welcome with TRG. Finally I get around to asking Andre, John or Mark (TRG members): Does TRG in fact make welcome *only* those who are science fiction fans? [An aside: the dreaded bane of Eforums, 'flame wars' did come to mind while reading the recent messages here but I was pleased to see the articles did not descend to this level. I wish to clarify that the above question should not be construed as an attack on TRG but a sincere question that I have heard raised.] Fred H. Olson ( WB0YQM ) 1221 Russell Av N Minneapolis, MN 55411 (612) 588-9532 (Internet: fred%jwh [at] vx.cis.umn.edu)
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