Monthly Archives: April 2008

A Toxic Legacy: Douglass Park Residents In Their Own Words, Part 2

THE DOUGLASS PARK NEIGHBORHOOD is home to a toxic legacy. Beneath the vacant lot at 5th and Hill, the soil and groundwater have long been contaminated. Along with an abandoned pump house, this contamination is the last remaining sign that … Continue reading

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In prison when someone snaps in an extraordinarily shocking manner; the perfect inmate, about to parole out, walks into the shift office, closes the door, tells the warden and entire staff what’s wrong with the criminal justice system in general … Continue reading

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March To Tibet: Tibetans Rise Up after Fifty years of Chinese Occupation

I’m glad to hear about the Dalai Lama talking to the marchers. At the same time it’s the only really peaceful thing happening to protest the Chinese occupation. So it’s a lot to think about, most of these monks have … Continue reading

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