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Ten Years On: More of the Same
The average American is regularly reassured that this economic recovery is a validation that 2008 has been overcome. But for whom is this expansion really a benefit? The answer is not hard to confirm.
Mad About Initiative 77 Repeal? Just Vote – For Somebody Else
The Council’s threat to overturn the expressed will of the voters rises to more than policy disagreement: it is nothing less than contempt for the voters who put them in office.
A Life of Comedy and Commitment: "Turn Me Loose" at Arena Stage
Dick Gregory carried the weight of being a black man in a country still emerging from the mire of Jim Crow, and the racism he experienced in his everyday life first drove his comedy and then his commitment to fighting racial oppression.