By Steve Ahlquist on November 2, 2016
Organized by Bella Machado-Noka, a Narragansett Indian Native, the event was streamed on Facebook Live so that the 75 people who gathered at the State House, native and non-native alike, could show their solidarity to Standing Rock and the world.
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By Glenn Yu on October 26, 2016
Jeff Johnson was my high school biology teacher at South Kingstown High School. Students like me know him as the teacher who consistently dresses poorly and reads poetry out loud for fun. In many ways, he lives a life of absolutes. His desk is eternally messy; his glasses are always missing. His vocabulary and control over […]