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December 11, 2011

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Lovely piece - a reminder of what we owe to those who came before.

Can't wait to for the rest of the week!

Why does this say this was Ruth Stone's 1st interview?

Fascinating piece -- many thanks to both Chard deNiord and Jerricho Brown for their contributions to our collective knowledge (and something more subtle than "knowledge". What is it? Awareness?)

Thanks so much for your kind words and support Suzanne and Laura!

Bianca, it says that because, in the interview, Chard mentions Ruth Stone treating the interview as if it was her first. Thanks so much for your attentiveness.

Love,
Jericho

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