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Here’s to all of the freedom.

Jessica made a choice. Now, with all eyes on an imminent Supreme Court appointment & how it may affect Roe v Wade, she’s making a choice to share her story.

Jessica Dunton Fidalgo
May 4, 2022
Lifestyle, Politics
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POETRY: Where Were You When the World Ended?

It feels like things are spiraling, getting worse and worse and worse. Do you remember where you were when the world ended?

Kelaine Conochan
May 4, 2022
Politics
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An Incomplete American History of {Breakups}

America, say something. I’m giving up on you.

Thomas Viehe
March 3, 2022
Politics
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The White Ladies Are Not Okay

At a recent DC Public School budget hearing, one white lady listened to other white ladies complain about how equity hurts their privilege. We are not okay.

Corcoran Street Kitchen
November 17, 2021
Politics
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How Do You Talk to Conspiracy Theorists?

How should a person engage when they encounter a Newsmax conspiracy theorist? Overriding the fear, lies, and detachment from reality.

David Borger Germann
September 21, 2021
Politics
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An Incomplete and Growing List of Opinions I, An American, Have About Afghanistan

The events surrounding U.S. involvement in Afghanistan are complicated and have been for decades. Here’s a refreshing opinion on them.

Gordon St. Raus
August 19, 2021
Politics, Wildcard
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Colonizing Calamity: Why Anglocentrism Exacerbates the Climate Crisis (Or, “Not This White Jesus Shit Again”)

If the climate crisis disproportionately impacts indigenous, Black, brown, and Asian communities, why are we only hearing from white experts?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
August 13, 2021
Politics
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How to Succeed in Life {Without Really Lying}

Welcome to The Age of Lying, where truth is dead and facts don’t matter. We’re here to help you adapt to the new era. Lie or Die, the survival manual.

Scott Michael
July 6, 2021
Politics
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Explaining Racism Is Exhausting: A Word from Your Black Friends

Your Black friends are constantly fielding questions about why things are racist. And while the education is important, it’s also exhausting.

Anthony Reeves
April 2, 2021
Politics
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