Chris Durrance

director of the documentary “Slay the Dragon”

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The upside-down elephant. The snake. The seahorse. The octopus. The praying mantis. Visualize what each of those might look like.

‘Slay the Dragon’ documentary: How activists beat partisan gerrymandering in US

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