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Maybe

Maybe

John Combs July 10 Maybe The poverty of my privilege has robbed me Of experiences and beauty that should beguile me. Blinded by my history’s unquestioned filing. Of docs, pics, and evidence Without hearing how others hear the tocks and ticks. Time passes, as the...

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The Importance of Learning, with Ann Harris

The Importance of Learning, with Ann Harris

Ann Harris - Since 2016, something has really changed for me in the way that I feel when I am out in public spaces or traveling around the state or country. Up until then, I had rarely felt uncomfortable being in all-white spaces. Maybe I had been naïve. Maybe people...

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Racial Injustice from Hiroshima and Nagasaki to Today

Racial Injustice from Hiroshima and Nagasaki to Today

Tina Castañares - My name is Tina Castañares.   I live in the Odell area and have lived and worked in the Mid-Columbia for 36 years. I believe in nonviolence, justice, equity, internationalism, interdependence, a world without restrictive borders.  And I believe in...

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