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For The Sake of a Meal

I really don’t recall why I came here, but here I was, tired, hungry, and broke. I’d spent my last few dollars on fuel for my car and wraps (duct tape and diapers) for the ulcerations on my legs.

Hard Times Means More Abuse

In March of 2010, Mary Kay funded a survey of over 700 domestic violence shelters across the country to verify what those of us working in the field have long noticed; over the past 18 months there has been a marked increase in women seeking assistance with problems of abuse.

Maintaining Standards

Don’t be deceived into thinking you have to choose between economic profit and controlling pollution.

Block That Jam!

Some in our political leadership are electing to kick the can down the road until traffic gets as bad as projections show it will. By that time, they seem to hope, we’ll be foolish enough to blame it on someone else.

Measure S Will Make Our Community Safer

Take a stand against the jail’s substandard conditions which facilitate future criminal conduct.

The Bold Marauder

Since the first American history textbook was written, there has been—still is—a systematic and effective cover-up locked into place that perpetuates myths and fallacies about Christopher Columbus and his voyages.

There’s Got To Be a Better Way

The clang of metal on metal assaults her. A small woman in a deputy sheriff’s uniform emerges, then her son, tall and strong. He’s thanking the woman for escorting him. I love his gentility, she thinks. He’s wearing the same green shirt he was wearing two weeks ago when she, his own mother, asked the police to take him to jail.


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