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Beacon Press: Imagining Social Justice as a Communal Process

The history of the United States has been plagued by brutality against Native peoples, Black people, LGBTQ people, disabled people and many other groups. Often, this violence is framed as caused by “hate,” erasing its structural causes.

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Our World - Photographs by Molly Malone Cook and Text by Mary Oliver

Title: Our World
Author: Photographs by Molly Malone Cook and Text by Mary Oliver
Publisher: Beacon Press
ISBN: 9780807068809
Genre: Poetry, Prose, Non-Fiction, Photography
Pages: 96… 343 more words

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UUs Move From Beacon Hill

A year or so ago the Unitarian Universalist Association sold their historic but drafty headquarters on Beacon Street near the Massachusetts State House and started fixing up a former warehouse in the Fort Point area, also referred to as the Innovation District. 357 more words

A Sign of the Times: Independent Publisher Becomes Nonprofit

Being an independent publisher in this day and age is hard. Here’s some proof: well-respected publisher McSweeney’s has become a nonprofit.

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Greetings.  After a few weeks of The Thugbrarian Review being on hiatus, I am slowly getting back in the swing. Today we have An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States… 543 more words

Review

Between Nothing and Infinity: Poland's Evolving Jewish Remembrance

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I remember the confusion I felt when I visited my family’s town, Radomsko, on my first trip to Poland in the fall of 2000. 300 more words

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