Monthly Archives: July 2015

If We Were Free: 100 Things That Would Be Different

By Joshua Joscelyn “I freed a thousand slaves I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.” –Harriet Tubman Every July 4th, Americans partake in a rather confusing and disturbing exercise in denial. Big and … Continue reading

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On Losing a Dog

Originally posted on Marking Our Territory:
In his grief over the loss of a dog, a little boy stands for the first time on tiptoe, peering into the rueful morrow of manhood. After this most inconsolable of sorrows there is…

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The Counted: People Killed by Police in the US

615 so far this year. With so many incidents they cannot be called “isolated”. Source: The Guardian. Also, according to this article, 5000 Americans have been killed by cops since 9/11.

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