Fall 2019 Editorial
“We have met the enemy and he is us.” Pogo’s Earth Day 1970 lament has never been more apt. In early August, two white male terrorists murdered 31 victims and inflicted devastating injuries on at least 53 others in separate attacks in El Paso and Dayton. These crimes used to be rare, and “lone wolf” made descriptive sense. Not anymore.
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