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static.politico Can the Mainstream Media See Elizabeth Warren Clearly?
J.L. Walden is a Boston-based educator and journalist who has become preoccupied with the ways in which moral idealism is being used to distract from a materialist political project that can benefit all people.
J.L. Walden
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J.L. Walden is a Boston-based educator and journalist who has become preoccupied with the ways in which moral idealism is being used to distract from a materialist political project that can benefit all people.
J.L. Walden
On August 27th, Senator Bernie Sanders put forth a plan to reform the media, protect independent journalism, and safeguard the free press. This is...
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Contributing Writer at Blood & Honey
Jessica Bernstein, Psy.D. is a doctor of psychology who co-produced a Lyme disease series on KPFA radio with host Dennis Bernstein. She is directing a documentary about illness and suffering titled, Blood & Honey.
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Contributing Writer at Blood & Honey
Jessica Bernstein, Psy.D. is a doctor of psychology who co-produced a Lyme disease series on KPFA radio with host Dennis Bernstein. She is directing a documentary about illness and suffering titled, Blood & Honey.
Jessica Bernstein
Latest posts by Jessica Bernstein (see all)
With the threat of Trump looming over the 2016 election, it was presumed the black community would turn out in full force to stop...
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Stephen Boni is both Ghion Journal's current editor and a contributing writer. His main interest is in analyzing the workings of empire and exploring ways to dismantle and replace systems of oppression. A conflicted New Englander with an affinity for people, music and avoiding isms, he lives in Oakland, California with his wife and young daughter.
Stephen Boni
Follow Me
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Follow Me
Stephen Boni is both Ghion Journal's current editor and a contributing writer. His main interest is in analyzing the workings of empire and exploring ways to dismantle and replace systems of oppression. A conflicted New Englander with an affinity for people, music and avoiding isms, he lives in Oakland, California with his wife and young daughter.
Stephen Boni
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In the little New Hampshire town where I was raised, there was one main activity that obsessed grammar school boys—and to be involved in...