Listen: “Baking Bread in Lyon,” by Bill BufordThis month, we’re discussing “Baking Bread in Lyon,” by Bill Buford. It’s the story of following through on a dream (and much more).
This month’s article is “Baking Bread in Lyon,” by Bill Buford. It was one of my favorite articles of 2020. Even if you don’t like bread (or France), y…
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Interview: Francesca Mari, author of “A Lonely Occupation”Ms. Mari generously shares her thoughts on gentrification, the housing crisis in Los Angeles, and getting to know Augustus Evans.
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Listen: “A Lonely Occupation,” by Francesca MariThis month, we’re reading, annotating, and listening to “A Lonely Occupation,” by Francesca Mari. Please enjoy!
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Welcome to March! I’m excited to announce that this month’s article is “A Lonely Occupation,” by Francesca Mari. Please join us!
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What are your thoughts (so far) on “How the Black Vote Became a Monolith?”Let’s get this conversation started! Share your thoughts, questions, and first impressions on “How the Black Vote Became a Monolith,” by Theodor…
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A conversation with Theodore R. Johnson, author of “How the Black Vote Became a Monolith”This month, we’re reading, annotating, and discussing “How the Black Vote Became a Monolith,” by Theodore R. Johnson, senior fellow at the Brennan Cent…
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It’s February! Let’s read and discuss “How the Black Vote Became a Monolith,” by Theodore R…Welcome to February! I’m excited to announce that this month’s article is “How the Black Vote Became a Monolith,” by Theodore R. Johnson. Join our disc…
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