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Where the Hell Is the Outrage?

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To explain, to provoke, to inspire, to tell stories is to begin the process of political change. As Paolo Friere said, "To speak a true word is to transform the world."

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Host of 'The Breakdown,' Writer, and Senior Fellow, Campaign for America's Future


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