Monthly Archives: March 2017

Who owns an atrocity?

The brutal murder of 14 year-old Emmett Till in 1955 was both a singular atrocity and a bellwether for change. It didn’t spark the civil rights movement—countless other indignities not to mention the sweep of history did that. But it … Continue reading

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RIP Chuck Berry (Oct. 18, 1926 – March 18, 2017)

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The word, spoken

And then there are those days when you just need to turn on the camera and spew verse…

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After Standing Rock

In the aftermath of a route, when we see how our own stratagems were steamrolled and how firmly the opposition holds the field, it’s hard to call the things we’ve undergone anything other than abject defeats. It feels like self-delusion … Continue reading

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