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References and Additional Reading
Pew Research Center, “Partisanship and Political Animosity in 2016”
Axios, “The recent explosion of right-wing news sites”
Jonathan Albright, The #Election2016 Micro-Propaganda Machine
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Re-plate, a non-profit based in the Bay Area, transports left over food from large companies to local shelters, rehabilitation programs, and food banks as a way of combatting the “alarming” problem of food insecurity.
Hayes Valley Art Works, a “community creation space,” was erected on historic Parcel O on the corner of Fell and Laguna streets, in Hayes Valley. Artists, students, neighbors and families come to “the Works” to create and appreciate visual and performance art, as well as study permaculture, ecology, and urban design with creator and Director Jay Rosenberg.
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