Monthly Archives: September 2007

Pity the poor president!

Two pieces on Dead Certain. Read ’em ‘n’ weep . . . . Jim Rutenberg in The New York Times. Ed Pilkington in The Guardian.

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Zadie Smith on Zora Neale Hurston

In the spring of 1969 when I was about to graduate from high school, Dr. King had been gone for a year, black power was in its ascendency (and in the FBI’s sights as we would learn all too well … Continue reading

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Grace Lee Boggs

“Seeds of Change,” a Grace Lee Boggs piece on the Bill Moyers Journal site asks a host of What must be done? questions for our time. She quotes Margaret Wheatley on the necessity of cultivating a new way of thinking … Continue reading

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