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I Will Choose I will choose what enters me, what becomes flesh of my flesh. Without choice, no politics, no ethics lives. I am not your cornfield, not…
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It’s summer, the time of year I give myself permission to limit the many, many, many things going on in the world that I might worry about and, instead…
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My New Immigrant Friends
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by Marissa Piesman
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Even now
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Many years ago, before Columbine, before 9/11, I served on my local town council. Maybe I was a different person then. I don’t know. Politics was never…
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by Barbara Kane
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