Woody's New Year: Change Socks, Dream Good, Wake Up and Fight

by
Abby Zimet

Surfacing just in time, Woody Guthrie's 1942 New Year's Resolutions, or "Rulin's," complete with doodling drawings. Among them: Work more and better. Wash teeth if any. Read lots good books. Learn people better. Take bath. Dream good. Dance better. Don't get lonesome. Stay glad.

We know things are bad. We know it's worth the fight.

You are part of a strong and vibrant community of thinkers and doers who believe another world is possible. Alone we are weak. Together we can make a difference. At Common Dreams, we don't look away from the world—we are not afraid—our mission is to document those doing wrong and galvanize those doing good. But we can't do it alone. It doesn't work that way. We need you. We have now launched our annual Summer Campaign. Can you pitch in today?

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