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04 Dec 2020
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No War with Iran 

In the past century, the U.S. has unrelentingly engaged in destabilizing activities throughout the Middle East. In Iran, the tradition began in 1953 with the overthrow of democratically-elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh.  On Jan. 3, President Donald Trump approved the assasination of Iranian General Qassem…

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The White Ga(y)ze 

The total number of hate crimes motivated by anti-LGBTQIA+ beliefs has risen every year since 2014. The most recent FBI report showed 15.9 percent of single-bias incidents stemmed from sexual orientation bias.  Folks in the LGBTQIA+ community are still dealing with huge amounts of prejudice, but…

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Edugaytion 

In August, Illinois passed a law requiring public schools to incorporate LGBTQIA+ history into their curricula. It’s the third state to pass such legislation this year, following New Jersey in February and Colorado in May. California has had a similar law in place since 2011….

Free Rodney Reed 

*This article contains references to sexual assault.  Clemente Javier Aguirre spent 14 years in prison for a murder he did not commit.  Charles Ray Finch was put behind bars at 38 when he was wrongfully convicted of gunning down gas station owner Richard  Holloman.  Imprisoned…

Capitalist Suprem(e)acy 

Often, appropriation is an  indispensable component of art. What would Marcel Duchamp’s portfolio be without the readymades? Who would Andy Warhol be without a Campbell’s tomato soup can? The history of art is one of reception, revision and recreation. But there are instances when creative…

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