December 31, 2014
Vol: 21 No: 53

  • Throw away the key

    via: Equal Voice News / By Amy Roe

    Journalist Maya Schenwar says there’s a movement to abolish prisons in the United States (Read more...)

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  • November 26, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 48

  • The new civil rights movement

    By Mike Wold , Contributing Writer

    Seattle teacher Jesse Hagopian believes the growing national outcry against standardized testing will improve education and empower students (Read more...)

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  • November 19, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 47

  • Tearing down the wall that runs through his memories

    By George Howland, Jr. , Acting Assistant Editor

    Domingo Martinez’s new memoir continues an unflinching exploration of the events of his snake-bitten life (Read more...)

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  • November 5, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 45

  • Worlds without end

    via: Street Roots, Portland, OR / By Sue Zalokar

    Sci-fi legend Ursula K. Le Guin discusses the limitless power of imagination (Read more...)

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  • September 10, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 37

  • A caballero brings chivalry to the Emerald City

    By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

    Bringing Quixote home (Read more...)

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  • September 3, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 36

  • Saints and Winners

    By Mike Wold , Contributing Writer

    Nicole Griffith talks about her trilogy, "Hild", based on the life of Saint Hilda (Read more...)

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  • August 27, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 35

  • Mission: Possible with Paul Loeb

    By Rosette Royale , Interim Editor

    With a new edition of ‘The Impossible Will Take a Little While,’ Paul Loeb wants people to know change is still on the way (Read more...)

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  • August 20, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 34

  • In her new album, ‘The River and The Thread,’ Cash weaves tales from the past and present

    via: The Big Issue in the North, UK / By Kevin Bourke

    “As much as my dad’s legacy is something I cherish, it’s a burden with a lot of moving parts” (Read more...)

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  • August 6, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 32

  • Licensed to bitch

    via: By Sue Zalokar / Street Roots, Portland, Ore.

    Started as a zine in San Francisco in the ’90s, Bitch Media now brings its feminist critique of popular culture to a readership that’s both global and digital. Founder Andi Zeisler talks about using social media to fight sexism (Read more...)

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  • July 16, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 29

  • Roz Chast draws from life

    By Robin Lindley , Contributing Writer

    In a memoir of her parents' decline, cartoonist Roz Chast explores the anxiety of aging in America (Read more...)

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