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Keep your scorn. Kentucky needs your solidarity.

Beth Howard, Op-Ed for the Boston Globe

My beloved Eastern Kentucky has been ravaged by floods that have killed at least 37 people, destroyed homes and businesses, and left entire communities in ruins. In the midst of chaos and mudslides,

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In the fight against white nationalism, white people are key

White supporters of racial justice around Buffalo have watched white nationalist ideologies creep into their communities. They’ve mobilized to convince people that white nationalism is not the answer.

The mass shooting that killed 10 Black people at a grocery store

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