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Joshua Nelson
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Trumpeter of all things moving our world towards a better future
Trumpeter of all things moving our world towards a better future

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Some photos from Bellingham's March
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4/22/17
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The folks at Yes! Magazine are wonderful, this is a great position. Forward on to those you might be interested!
YES! Magazine has a rare opening for a new leader to help us deepen the impact of our work, reach new audiences, increase revenue, and evolve our nonprofit business model. If you are a person who cares about the world, is eager to contribute to transformational change, and ready to lead a talented, ambitious media organization, this is a great opportunity for you.

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"The arrow of complexity is difficult to turn around, given that entropy is the law of the universe."

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Proof of corporate media in a single paragraph:

"When Sanders officially announced in April that he would be challenging Clinton in the Democratic primary, he was quickly dismissed as a fringe candidate. As detailed by the Columbia Journalism Review, his announcement got 18 seconds on ABC Evening News (five of those seconds devoted to a welcome-to-the-race tweet from Clinton), a single sentence on CBS Evening News, and a 700-word story on page A21 of The New York Times. By contrast, the announcement of fellow senator Ted Cruz — apparently far less of a "fringe" figure than Sanders, despite his open sympathizing with conspiracy theorists who are convinced President Obama is staging military exercises in Texas as part of a plot to impose martial law on the state — ran on the front page of the Times, above the fold, at more than double the length of the Sanders story."

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Everyone’s a little queer - thoughts on #equality, #dogma and an old open-mic #poetry from college

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