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  • Never underestimate the power of prejudice

    Never underestimate the power of prejudice

    Prejudice 100 years ago delayed the admission of New Mexico and Arizona to the union.

  • Love and loss on a Wyoming ranch: A review of Lime Creek

    Love and loss on a Wyoming ranch: A review of Lime Creek

    Lime Creek, Joe Henry's ravishing first work of fiction, is filled with exquisite snapshots of life on a Wyoming ranch.

  • The kindness of hunters

    The kindness of hunters

    After a lifetime of despising and fearing guns, a woman is blindsided by the everyday kindness shown by two hunters.

  • Contradiction

    Once in the U.S., immigrants find themselves in a land of contradictions, facing an uncertain welcome, sometimes even from other Latinos

  • In hunting camp, the closet is closed

    A "gay, wolf-loving, tree-hugging former Marine" writes about Brokeback Mountain, elk hunting, and his own lifelong experience with shame and prejudice

  • Wartime does not always bring out our best

    John Krist sees parallels today with the prejudice that forced Japanese Americans into camps during World War II.

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