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The Hole in My Morning

 Children taking shelter during the Blitz You left a hole in the morning of our daily tea and talks about the French elections, or the horde of iguanas overrunning the commons around your condo and swimming in the pool, or the shut-ins you visited with mail and conversation There are holes now in my memories of your […]

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A Woman of Courage: Marion Youers

Marion Youers, April 7, 1929-September 15, 2016 October 17, 1961: the French-Algerian War. 30,000-40,000 Algerian men, women, and children demonstrated in Paris against a curfew imposed on Algerians by the government. The police arrested 11,000 protestors, beat and tortured some, killed several hundred, and threw their bodies in the Seine. Marion went out that night. […]

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