I'm Pam Newman.
I am awesome every day & you are too.
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I'm a writer of aricles, poems & songs. Here's some cool stuff I wrote.
Last friday I was getting out of my car and dropped my phone on the asphalt as gravity is wont to do. Upon retrieving my phone, I discovered that the glass was totally shattered, rendinering my phone a complete and utter pain in the ass to use.
Not to mention that the memory of the phone was mostly eaten up and it was acting like a damn fool.
Cell phone insurance to the rescue! Sorta.
I paid 50 bucks and got a new phone, although this phone cost me 100 bucks. Anyway, it was good and now I have a new phone.
I got this nailpolish I from Ciji’s Mary Kay store! It looks great, and it’s got much better coverage than any other nail polish I own. One coat did the trick, for real.
I’m feelin’ fancy!
Today, I’m going to Frankfort, KY which is the Kentucky State Capital. I’ll be there in support of HB70— a bill about voting rights.
See, in Kentucky, if you have ever served time anywhere in the country and want to be able to vote, you don’t automatically have that right. In fact, you have to petition the governor to get your voting rights restored.
Like the poster in the image says, this further disenfranchises a large number of Kentucky residents, particularly Black people.
HB70 will make it so that if you’ve served your time (wherever you served it!) you ability to register to vote in Kentucky and get to the polls will not include any hoops to jump through— or ask permission to do so.
Let’s make voting rights actual RIGHTS!
Wanna learn more? Check out KFTC’s page on voting rights.
These are during (above) & after (below) pictures of me from when my old band played the Melody Inn in 2010.
Today I wrote a bio for work. I don’t know if they’re gonna thing it is professional enough, but here it is:
Pam Newman uses her awesome every day abilities for good as a superhero representing love and justice. She is also a Network Organizer focusing her powers on housing while building a better Louisville(and ultimately a better Earth) alongside her fellow avengers at the Network Center for Community Change. She first learned of her superpowers as a young lady while earning the Girl Scout Gold & Silver awards in her hometown of Philadelphia, PA. When not professionally saving the world, she is a huge nerd, hilarious storyteller and quasi-professional rock star always on the lookout for excuses to travel.