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The Privilege of Being Polite

By Carli White-Morgan I’ve been thinking a lot lately about politeness, as people decry the lack of it in public. Have you ever known someone who was always polite? Then one day they just snap and [...] Continue Reading

The Privilege of Being Polite

By Carli White-Morgan I’ve been thinking a lot lately about politeness, as people decry the lack of it in public. Have you ever known someone who was always polite? Then one day they just snap and [...] Continue Reading

Where is the Freedom in this Land?

By Richard D. Iyall, Cowlitz Why was this country formed, this country called United States? Did not the founders seek their freedom and their independence from a king who ruled its people with an [...] Continue Reading

Community Activism Delivers

By Vic Bedoian Will Arvin’s new oil ordinance translate into environmental justice gains in other hard-hit San Joaquin Valley towns? Juan Flores, a Delano-based community organizer with the Center on [...] Continue Reading

Latino Millennial Vote

By Ben Monterroso The young Latino vote will be a key factor in deciding the future of our country; data indicate that they have an unprecedented potential to make their political mark. If Latino [...] Continue Reading