A Tribute to Dorli Rainey

Courage & Grace Under Fire

“I believe change begins in the streets, and all citizens have the power to make a difference. ,” she writes in the blog’s about section. “Together we can make our voices heard in the ivory towers of government, so lace up your combat boots, log in and turn on!”
Dorli Rainey Portrait

Original Post:  By Allan MacDonell | December 27, 2011 | TakePart.com

Dorli Rainey: Elder With a Cause

Seattle’s poster child for pepper-spray abuse shares her 2012 to-do list.
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Three weeks after that far-reaching photo op, Rainey answered the phone to talk freely about Occupy, real news sources and America’s need for backbone in 2012.

Dorli Rainey: I still have a bad voice, and I hope that doesn’t interfere with what you want to do. My throat and my voice don’t do what they should do.

TakePart: This is still from the pepper spray?

Dorli Rainey: Yes.

TakePart: That’s nasty.

Dorli Rainey: I know it is.

December 30th, 2011

Posted In: The Effects of Pepper Spray

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