Alma is a dreamer. She dreams of a better world. A world where people are treated fairly. A world where women are not second class citizens.
She dreams of clean water and chemical-free food. She has hopes for the success of the small family farmer.
She'll hold signs in protest against those who would spoil the environment and the passage of unjust laws and the destruction of our civil rights.
When she sees a wrong, she tries to right it.
Her husband of 59 years has recently passed away, and though she still grieves, she has thrown herself back into her causes.
She is the most righteous and honest person I know. She is my friend.