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The Myth of “Just Words”
Posted on February 2, 2017 by Cynthia J. Patton
Hate. American chose hate. I am still grappling with this outcome, still feel as if one day I will wake from a bad dream. Except this isn’t a dream. Donald Trump has just been inaugurated so our collective nightmare won’t … Continue reading →
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