A host of thank yous to those who attended our second meeting on Thursday night. Again, the weather was splendid and we had a range of people from various professions to hunker down with Angela Davis and Betty Friedan. We unpacked the notion of a mystique, or widespread system of (false) beliefs that are commonly accepted as true within a segment of the population, such as: “women who want to work outside the home have penis envy” (yes, educated suburban people once believed that) or “Marxism is a white ideology with no relevance to black people” (a notion that some black activists have held to be self-evident). One thread that we did not seem ready to rewind, that calls for more spooling, was the relationship of thinking to doing. Is there value in appreciating Angela Davis’s brilliant mind without taking action toward social change?