This week in OtherWords, Donald Kaul weighs in on Hillary Clinton’s White House bid and Mary Alice Crim explains why the latest Comcast merger would be bad for everyone, especially communities of color.

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  1. Did Slaves Catch Your Seafood? / Elizabeth O’Connell
    Men who live in cages may have caught the shrimp at your supermarket.
  2. Don’t Let This Cable Giant Stamp Out Democracy / Mary Alice Crim
    A bigger Comcast harms communities of color — and everyone else.
  3. Wine over Brine / Melissa Tuckey
    Developers want to warehouse fracked gas in the heart of New York’s wine country.
  4. The Road to Ruin / Donald Kaul
    The race for the White House delivers either Republican presidents who favor the rich or Democrats who also favor the rich, but not as much.
  5. Odd Bedfellows, Lying Together / Jim Hightower
    Supporters of a job-killing trade pact are peddling hokey numbers and neon lies.
  6. It’s Not Easy for Obama to Prove He’s Green / Emily Schwartz Greco
    Hillary Clinton would probably stick with his counterproductive energy policies.
  7. Life in Anxietyland / Jill Richardson
    The best thing you can do for someone suffering from anxiety is to listen without judging.
  8. Fast Tracking the TPP / Khalil Bendib
Fast Tracking the TPP, an OtherWords cartoon by Khalil Bendib

Fast Tracking the TPP, an OtherWords cartoon by Khalil Bendib

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Emily Schwartz Greco

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