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Spring Mini Issue 1 Draft 4 PDF

Spring Mini Issue 1 Draft 4 PDF

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Spring
2012
13
KING HISTORIAN ON CIVIL RIGHTS
Dear Readers,Taylor Branch, UNC-Chapel Hill alum,Pulitzer-Prize winner, and civil rightsactivist, is awe inspiring. He believesthat we are living in good times, i not necessarily ‘epical’ ones. He rec-ognized that he was living during atime or action, and he capitalized onthat realization by choosing to actduring the Civil Rights Movement.Branch can write long books. Reallylong books. And i you think his 1,088page book about the Civil RightsMovement, Parting the Waters, waslong, you should have seen it beorehis editors told him to cut hundredso pages.In this issue, we draw on his vastknowledge and incredible experi-ences to revisit the Civil Rights Era inthe hopes o drawing some lessonsrom our past to help us ace our u-ture. Maybe we will be able to rec-ognize when our moment o actionis here, and choose, like Branch, toact as well.Happy reading!Chelsea PhippsEditor-in-Chie 
FROM THE EDITORCONTENTS
On the Cover: “Waiting Around For aChange” by Kelsie Mitchell
chelsea
 
phipps
 
editor
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in
-
chief
sarah
 
bufkin
 
assistant
 
editor
carey
 
hanlin
 
creative
 
director
cari
 
jeffries
,
tyler
 
tran
 
photo
 
editor
joseph
 
biernacki
,
michael
 
dickson
,
hayley
 
fahey
,
molly
 
hrudka
,
carey
 
hanlin
,
akhil
 
jariwala
,
audrey
 
ann
 
lavallee
,
ellen
 
murray
,
rachel
 
myrick
,
jenni
-
fer
 
nowicki
,
wilson
 
parker
,
libby
 
rodenbough
,
luda
 
shtessel
,
grace
 
tatter
,
neha
 
verma
,
kyle
 
villemain
,
peter
 
vogel
,
kelly
 
yahner
 
staff
 
writers
sally
 
fry
,
cassie
 
mcmillan
,
jasmine
 
lamb
,
paige
 
warmus
 
production
 
and
 
design
anne
 
brenneman
,
michael
 
dickson
,
molly
 
hrudka
,
STAFF
Mobilizing Beyond Gay MarriageCan Obama Win it Again?Future o Triangle TransitThe Keystone PipelinePoliticizing Climate ChangeSuering in SyriaDevelopment Through SportThe Atheist Temple ControversyInterview with Taylor BranchDecline in Mobility in AmericaFailures o For-Prot CollegesA More Dangerous World?Visualizing Human Rights
18
SOCIAL MOBILITY FALTERING IN AMERICA
20
FOR-PROFIT COLLEGES: A RISKY BUSINESS
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cari
 
jeffries
,
carey
 
hanlin
,
wilson
 
hood
,
molly
 
hrudka
,
grace
 
tatter
,
kelly
 
yahner
 
copy
 
editors
 
gihani
 
dissanayake
,
christyn
 
gerber
,
sarah
 
hoehn
,
hannah
 
nemer
,
stefanie
 
schwemlein
,
renee
 
sullender
,
jennifer
 
tran
 
photographers
rachel
 
allen
,
cynthia
 
betubiza
,
joseph
 
biernacki
,
sarah
 
brown
,
michael
 
dickson
,
hayley
 
fahey
 
amy
 
hazlehurst
,
wilson
 
hood
,
sam
 
hughes
,
akhil
 
jariwala
 
janna
 
jung
-
irrgang
,
jennifer
 
nowicki
,
wilson
 
parker
,
grace
 
phillips
,
sarah
 
rutherford
,
ellen
 
werner
,
akhil
 
jariwala
,
neha
 
verma
,
bloggers
travis
 
clayton
 
social
 
media
 
director
 
FEBRUARY
2012
 
3
 
Beyond
MarriageMobilizing
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In the fight for marriage equality,other important issues in the LGBTthat discriminination is notlimited solely to the is-sue of marriage. Civilrights continue toimprove, but thestruggle is farcommunity are often overlooked.But it is important not to forgetfrom over.

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