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wavingwoman- by Hannah Nicholls-Harrison

This may be goodbye. While I am not deleting facebook entirely, I am taking steps in that direction. I have severely limited my privacy and will be slowly deleting my data footprint (photos, videos, check-ins, etc.). I will also be reducing my ...

nolongercensored- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

This article is going to be disturbing. It has hateful content. Be forewarned.

After the discovery last week of stickers in our city promoting white supremacy and racist hate groups, and the vandalism at our...

handcircle- by Aly Boltman

Last weekend, I got copied on an email from Josh Richardson, who had sent members of the Emancipation Festival Board and volunteers (like me) pictures of the neo-Nazi stickers he and his family had just spent hours tearing down after finding them on a morning walk by the river.

88- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

There is always a risk that calling out hate gives it publicity and causes the haters to line up and sign up. We have decided it is time to take that risk.

We are going to post information about some symbols of hate that have shown up in our community in the past months like weeds after a few days of rain.

checkengine- by Bill Moses

While no one can truly say that we are in a climate crisis, it sure as hell makes a lot of sense to act as if there is one. 

A good analogy to our situation would be that of being given a brand new car and then, more than not maintaining  it, we totally abuse it. Then the engine light comes on.  Is that a crisis? 

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