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Opinion & Columns

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Hiking While Black Isn’t Probable Cause

I’ve been to the mountaintop—and have every intention of going there again.

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Protesting Helped Me Find My Place

As a biracial bisexual student, I have grown up in a kind of limbo. But I’m starting to find myself through the solidarity of protest.

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Real Change Takes Real Commitment

I wish I could say I was excited for the movement that seems to have pushed this city to finally act. I’m not.

Maurice Broaddus is an Afrofuturist.
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Protests And The Value Of Disruption

As an Afrofuturist, I’m still dreaming and hoping for better days.

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Institution-Building Critical To True Change

“It’s long-term work that can lead to self-determination and impact the struggle well beyond the current generation.”

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Phil Gulley: Fallen Idle

It doesn’t help one’s self-esteem to be branded nonessential by the governor.

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Phil Gulley: Waste Knot

When it comes to weddings, thriftiness and true love are a match made in heaven.

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Phil Gulley: In A Pickle

The most dependable car I’ve ever owned is also the ugliest.

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The Dadball Era: Apolitical Pandemics & Our New Normal

The coronavirus is the ultimate independent voter.

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Phil Gulley: Stumped

I’m encouraged by the large number of presidential candidates this year, but that doesn’t make it any easier to choose one.

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The Dadball Era: Science Fairs And The Nadir Of Life

Hypothesis: Most parents will survive Science Fair Week, but none will prosper.

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Phil Gulley: A New Civil War?

We’re too lazy for that.

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The DadBall Era: Birthdays Of The Doomed

The question is this: when is the BEST time of the year for a birthday?

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Phil Gulley: Neighborhood Bully

Living under the unblinking eye of a homeowner’s association, I’m starting to think we should have insisted on decency being one of the covenants.

Pete Buttigieg and Mike Pence have a conversation while gesturing with their hands and holding coffee mugs.
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Mayor Pete, Do Us A Favor Though…

Stop making us your gap-toothed straw men.

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