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19 Oct 2021
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Mainstream Media Blacks Out the Bern 

Everyone was for Bernie. As many as 20,000 people who filled Bonney Field in Sacramento on May 9 represented different factions of the community — signs read “Muslims for Bernie,” “Farmers for Bernie,” “Students for Bernie,” “Moms for Bernie” and “Nurses for Bernie.” “When we…

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Reviving From the Roots Up 

The first step to making acorn flour the traditional Amah Mutsun way is to gather the acorns. Matt Lopez wanders through Big Basin State Park scouring the ground. He fills five 5-gallon buckets with tanoak acorns. When he gets home, he lays them out in…

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Not for the Rich 

When Robert Reich was planning the national book tour for his latest release “Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few,” he told his publisher that he wanted to promote it outside of his normal route of liberal cities. Instead of hitting only the coasts,…

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Onward & Upward 

  Joshua Stewart, 37, graduated from Bethany University with a major in history and a minor in English literature. He was planning on teaching community college. He was even working on his master’s degree, until he was arrested for selling drugs. Four years for trafficking and…

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