Rebecca Solnit

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Author who has written on a variety of subjects, including the environment, politics, place and art

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Rebecca Solnit says a name can hide the truth or tell an outright lie.

How names can cement or change power dynamics

Rebecca Solnit says a name can hide the truth or tell an outright lie.

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A year ago, Hillary Clinton stood in the wings of New York City’s Javits Center, under a literal glass ceiling, waiting to break the symbolic one.

How women are organizing -- one year after Trump’s election

A year ago, Hillary Clinton stood in the wings of New York City’s Javits Center, under a literal glass ceiling, waiting to break the symbolic one.

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Rebecca Solnit: The Faraway Nearby

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