Robin Epley

editor of the Fort Bragg Advocate-News and the Mendocino Beacon

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Amid the protests against systemic racism, people across the country are calling for change, including tearing down statues and renaming things commemorating racist historical figures…

Named for Confederate general, California’s Fort Bragg considers a change

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