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Jimmie Briggs: The Disease We Are
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Roy Peter Clark on William Zinsser and his undefeated “On Writing Well.” Best books of 2014. Braving Ebola: portraits. Transgender military members. Inside the world of a feminist stripper. The trouble with school lockdown drills. “I don’t want to be their voice. I want to teach them to use their …
This post is part of a series highlighting the work of Ochberg Society members covering the Ebola epidemic. Jimmie Briggs, journalist, activist, and founder of the Man Up Campaign, recently wrote a piece for Huffington Post in which he reflected on the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, and what response …
Tom Zoellner, author of Train, will be speaking in Los Angeles on November 3 about the future of train travel in Southern California. Together with scholar Ethan Elkind, Zoellner will discuss the appeal of the rail system, why Angelenos have resisted train travel, and what it might take for Southern …
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