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  1. Challenging racism at its roots

    July 19, 2020

    The Valley News recently featured an article describing how the wave of white-supremacist activity sweeping our nation is evident in towns across the Upper Valley. Despite what recent New York Times best-sellers or corporate media might tell you, it…

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  2. Statement on Hanover Town Meeting

    July 8, 2020

    At last night’s Town Meeting, Hanover residents were asked to vote on multiple budget increases for the police department, including money specifically allocated for the purchase of “ballistic vests.” Numerous speakers at the meeting outlined the…

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  3. A Semester to Die For

    July 6, 2020

    “Covidiots” is what one colleague called the ten administrators who, representing an annual base salary pool of more than $2 million, delivered a reopening roadmap identical to just about everyone else’s, lampooned by McSweeney’s as “A Letter from…

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  4. Region’s budgets for police show warped values

    June 29, 2020

    If you can judge a town’s values by how it spends its money, then the Upper Valley’s values are all out of whack. Hartford is one of the more forward-thinking towns in the region when it comes to policing. Earlier this year, Hartford voters were the…

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