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            Getting Over Ourselves

            October | November 2022

            In our current hyper-politil cultural climate, defeating an opposing faction may start to seem more important than actually doing useful work. Of course, and especially now, nothing could be further from the truth. This issue takes a look at people who are working across divides, organizing with each other to make real, concrete change.

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