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ACP Programs Schedule:  Being in Common
Winter 2013

 

HAITIAN HISTORY – OUT OF THE SHADOWS
Monday, January 14 • 3:15-4:15 pm • King Hall C4065

Why was the Haitian Revolution forgotten for so long by Americans?  Why has scholarship on the Revolution increased so dramatically since the 1990s?  This talk by Dr. Alyssa Sepinwall (Department of History, CSU-San Marcos) will examine changing scholarly views of Haiti’s revolutionary history in recent years, focusing particularly on analyses of American-Haitian interactions since the eighteenth century. Presented in conjunction with the CSULA Department of History Lecture Series.

 

barrio spaces, Historic places:
preserving the heritage of east los angeles
Thursday, January 24 • 6 pm • Alhambra Room
3rd floor • University-Student Union
The City of Los Angeles is known for the vibrant cultural heritage of its many neighborhoods and districts. The Eastside Heritage Consortium (EHC) has come together to preserve and advocate for the historic and cultural resources of the Eastside of Los Angeles and to engage a diverse public in fostering a deeper understanding of our communities.  This panel explores the emergence, work, achievements, and future of the Consortium, as it strives to preserve the vibrant cultural heritage of East LA.

 

POETRY, PRACTICE, POLITICS – A READING AND CONVERSATION
Saturday, February 9 • 7:30 pm •  ACP Pop-up, at the Pop-Hop Bookstore, Highland Park • 5002 York Blvd., Los Angeles, 90042
Join CSULA’s Andrea Quaid (English) in welcoming an array of cutting-edge Los Angeleno poets, each confronting the challenge of responding poetically to the question of what it means to be in common with others.  Their readings will be followed by discussion and a reception, and will unfold at the Pop-Hop Bookstore as part of the NELA Second Saturday Gallery Night in Highland Park.  Call ACP Director Dr. Andrew Knighton (323-343-4164) for more program information.

 

GAGA FEMINISM:  SEX, GENDER, AND THE END OF NORMAL – AN EVENING WITH J. JACK HALBERSTAM
Thursday, February 27 • 6:15 pm • Los Angeles Room, 3rd Floor • University-Student Union
Join us for a riveting keynote address and discussion with J. Jack Halberstam, author of Gaga Feminism:  Sex, Gender, and the End of Normal.  The book, a roadmap to sex and gender for the twenty-first century, uses Lady Gaga as a symbol for a new kind of feminism, exploring questions – why are so many women single, so many men resisting marriage, and so many gays and lesbians having babies? – that make sense of the tectonic cultural shifts that have transformed gender and sexual politics in the last few decades.

 

 

Independent Visions:
vocabulary of change: in conversation with angela davis and tim wise
Thursday, March 7 • 6:15 pm • U-SU Theatre
1st floor • University-Student Union
Angela Davis and Tim Wise, two leading racial and social justice scholar-activists, engage in a rare, unscripted, and free range conversation on the state of contemporary politics, our culture’s uncritical embrace of pervasive individualism, the myth of meritocracy, and entrenched institutional inequality. Directed by Victor Lee Lewis, 2012, 78 minutes.
 

ACP Calendar
Fall 2012
BEING IN COMMON

 

THINKING IN COMMON: ACP FELLOWS COLLOQUIUM
Wednesday, October 10, 4:20-6:00 pm, Alhambra Room, University-Student Union
The 2012-2013 ACP Fellows – Dr. Sara Pugach (History), Dr. Bidhan Roy (English), and Dr. Aaron Sonnenschein (English) – discuss how their work is informed by recent scholarly theories of “the commons,” including the ideas advanced by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri in Commonwealth. Join the fellows as they explore how our increasingly global community requires that we come to understand life as fundamentally shared with others. 

THE 2012 ELECTION AND THE STATE OF OUR DEMOCRACY
Monday, October 15, 6:15pm, U-SU Theater, University-Student Union
Join political strategists, journalists, and academics to discuss the prevailing themes and trends that define this season’s electoral battles, and how they reflect the changing dynamics of American democracy.  Participants include strategists Darry Sragow and Allan Hoffenblum, USC’s Ange-Marie Hancock, and CSULA's Gar Culbert. 

INDEPENDENT VISIONS: CATASTROIKA
Thursday, November 1, 6:15 pm, U-SU Theatre, University-Student Union
The critically lauded creators of Debtocracy return with the 2012 documentary Catastroika, an investigation into the shifting of state resources into private hands.  Focusing on the effects of the current European debt crisis, the film includes commentary from Naomi Klein, Slavoj Zizek, and other experts on contemporary capitalism.  Discussion with cultural theorist Dr. Brynnar Swenson (Butler University) to follow. Directed by Aris Chatzistefanou and Katerina Kitidi, 2012, 90 minutes.

 

 

Spring 2011

Intersectionality: Origins and Possibilities
Tuesday, April 5 at 6:15 pm
Los Angeles Room, 3rd floor, University-Student Union
In anticipation of Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw’s lecture on Thursday, April 14, we will offer an accessible account of the origins of this metaphor in Black feminist thought, as well as its unrealized implications for social movements.

Equality for All Californians: Governor Edmund G. "Pat" Brown and Racial Reform
Thursday, April 14, 1:30pm
Alhambra Room, 3rd Floor, University Student Union
A lecture by Dr. Martin Schiesl, Professor Emeritus of History, CSULA. This lecture will explore the successful efforts of Gov. Pat Brown to prohibit racial discrimination in private employment, housing, and state government.

An Evening with Kimberlé Crenshaw
Racing to Post-Racialism: Critical Race Theory, Constitutional Law, and Sustaining Communities
Thursday, April 14 at 6:15 pm
Los Angeles Room, 3rd floor, University-Student Union
Join us for a distinguished lecture and discussion by Kimberlé Crenshaw, Professor of Law at UCLA and Columbia Law School. Crenshaw is a leading authority in the area of Civil Rights; Black feminist legal theory; and race, racism and the law. Her articles have appeared in the Harvard Law Review, National Black Law Journal, Stanford Law Review and Southern California Law Review.  A specialist on race and gender equality, she has facilitated workshops for human rights activists in Brazil and in India, and for constitutional court judges in South Africa. Reception to follow.

Mediating Environments
Wednesday, April 27 at 3:30 pm
Los Angeles Room, 3rd floor, University-Student Union
Join us as scholars, artists, and journalists examine the role of media in contemporary environmental relations as they discuss such questions as: How and to what ends is environment represented in different media? How do such representations contribute to changes in built and wild environments? What are the uses of such representations in sustaining communities? How do they enable and/or hinder  the spatial practices that may occur within them? Reception to follow. 

Scheduled to Appear:     Rebeca Mendez, Media and Design, UCLA
                                    Rick Nahmais, Photographer
                                    Steven Rousso-Schindler, Anthropology, CSU Long Beach
                                    Sharon Sharp, Communication Studies, CSU Dominguez Hills
                                    Kate Sullivan, Anthropology, CSULA
                                   

Change in the Middle East and US Responses: Promises, Pitfalls, and Possibilities
Tuesday, May 3, 1:30-3pm
Los Angeles Room, 3rd Floor, University-Student Union
Reception to Follow
Join us as scholars, activists, and journalists explore
the unique political, social, religious, and economic forces prompting the recent uprisings; the roles of youth, women, and new media in the events; and the implications for US policy.
 
Scheduled to appear:  Dr. Emily Acevedo, Political Science, CSULA
                               Dr. Atef Laouyene, English, CSULA and blogger
                               Mike Shuster, Broadcast Journalist, NPR
                               Najeeba Syeed-Miller, Claremont School of Theology.

Moderator: Jon Beaupre

American Communities Program Symposium
Sustainability and Sustaining Communities
Tuesday, May 10 at 1:30 pm
Los Angeles Room AB, 3rd floor, University-Student Union
Join us as the 2010-2011 ACP Fellows share their current research. Reception to follow.

Rob DeChaine, Liberal Studies, "Humanitarian Conscience and Corporate Power: Sustainability, Community Partnership, and the Rhetoric of Corporate Social Responsibility"

Kate Sullivan, Anthropology, “Reconfiguring Marine Environments: Narrative and Spatial Practices”

Winter 2011

The Role and Practice of the Artist in Society
Saturday, January 22 at 6pm
U-SU Theater, 1st Floor
Join us for a lecture by Dr. Peter Lukehart, Center for Advanced Studies in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC).

Sustaining Communities: Forging Collective Memories
Monday, January 31, 4:30 pm
Theater, 1st floor, University-Student Union
Join scholars, cultural theorists, and artists as they explore the ways and rituals through which specific communities are performed, remembered, memorialized, and narrativized. Speakers include:

  • Elizabeth Chin, Anthropology & Critical Theory and Social Justice, Occidental College
  • David Delgado Shorter, Anthropology, University of California Los Angeles
  • Kianga Ford, Sound Artist, The Story of This Place, a site-specific project that explores relationships between physical and cultural proximity
  • Ari Kletzky, Artist, CalArts, Islands of LA, an exploration of the use and availability of traffic islands as public space to foster discussion and create community

ACP Works-in-Progress Colloquium
“Forced Disappearance, State Terror, and Traumatic Memory”
Tuesday, February 15, 1:30 pm, King Hall D 4050
Join us as CSULA professors Dr. Gabriela Fried Amilivia, Department of Sociology, and Dr. Angela Vergara, Department of History, share their current research.

Jails Are Not Homes: Transforming Skid Row
Monday, February 28, 4:30 pm
U-SU Theatre, 1st floor, University-Student Union
Join us for a compelling multimedia presentation on the campaign to build a sustainable community in the downtown Los Angeles community of Center City East (Skid Row). Residents and activists associated with the Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA CAN) will present their stories, poems, and short films on the resilience of residents in the face of economic recession, homelessness, displacement policies, and negative media representations. This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .

Fall 2010

LATINO BOOK AND FAMILY FESTIVAL
Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10, Greenlee Plaza, CSULA
Join us for a two-day celebration of literacy, Latino/a authors, and family fun. Events include panel discussions, children's stage and story time, and readings by acclaimed and bestselling authors. For more information and specific event locations, see www.lbff.us.

WHAT IS SUSTAINABILITY?
Wednesday, October 20, 4:30pm, Los Angeles Room, U-SU
Join us for a conversation that explores how various scholars, environmentalists, and community activists define sustainability--its ethics and economics—as well as trace the effects of sustainability initiatives on particular communities. RECEPTION TO FOLLOW.
Scheduled to appear:
Moderator:        Kate Sullivan, Anthropology, CSULA
Participants:     Timothy Brick, Metropolitan Water District
                       
Rob Dechaine, Liberal Studies, CSULA
                        Adriene Hill, Sustainability Desk, Marketplace, NPR
                        Denise Lawrence, Center for Regenerative Studies, Cal Poly Pomona
                        Stephanie Smith, Founder, Ecoshack

CALIFORNIA AND BEYOND: 2010 ELECTION ROUNDTABLE
Tuesday, October 26, 4:30pm, Los Angeles Room, U-SU
Join us for an engaging and informative discussion as scholars, journalists, and community activists share their perspectives on a variety of issues related to the November 2 elections, including the gubernatorial and senate races, President Obama’s agenda at the midterm, and the legalization of marijuana. RECEPTION TO FOLLOW.
Scheduled to appear:
Moderator:        Chris Endy, History, CSULA
Participants:      Madeleine Brand, NPR
                        Allan Hoffenblum, Publisher, California Target Book, and Republican  
                                Political Strategist
                        Nadine Koch, Political Science, CSULA
                        Darry Sragow, Democratic Political Strategist, USC/LA Times Opinion Poll

COLORBLIND: THE RISE OF POST-RACIAL POLITICS
AN AFTERNOON WITH TIM WISE
Wednesday, November 10, 5pm, Los Angeles Room
Tim Wise, one of the most prominent and sought-after social commentators, explores the notion of a colorblind society, unpacks white privilege, and analyzes US politics in the age of Obama. His most recent book is Colorblind: The Rise of Post-Racial Politics and the Retreat from Racial Equity. RECEPTION TO FOLLOW.
This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .

OXFAM AMERICA HUNGER BANQUET (5pm)
SCREENING OF FOOD, INC. (6:15pm)
Thursday, November 18, Los Angeles Room
Join us for CSULA’s first-ever Hunger Banquet, an interactive simulation of global economics that brings to life the inequalities related to food, hunger, shelter, and personal income, and allows participants to experience how their decisions affect others in the world. The banquet will be followed immediately by a screening of the award-winning documentary, Food, Inc. (Directed by Robert Kenner and Eric Schlosser, 2008, 91 minutes).

Spring 2010

THE END WAS NEAR: LOS ANGELES AND NATIONAL DECLINE BETWEEN WATTS AND WATERGATE
Saturday, April 24 at 10:30am
U-SU Theater

Dr. Eric Avila, Professor of Chicano Studies, History, and Urban Planning at UCLA, discusses the ways in which Los Angeles inspired a set of cultural adventures into the dark side of human experience and consciousness between 1965-1974.

 

LA NOIR/ORANGE COUNTY NOIR: A FICTIONAL EXPLORATION
Monday, May 3 at 6pm
Alhambra Room, U-SU
Join us for tales of crime, passion, and betrayal in Los Angeles and Orange County as authors Mary Castillo, Denise Hamilton, Gary Phillips, and Jervey Tervalon share their contributions to LA Noir and Orange County Noir anthologies.

 

STATE OF PUBLIC EDUCATION IN THE STATE:  A ROUNDTABLE ON PRESERVING ACCESS AND QUALITY IN CALIFORNIA
Thursday, May 6, 4:30-7pm
San Gabriel Room, U-SU
Reception to Follow

Join us for a roundtable discussion of the challenges and possibilities facing public education in California.  Seating is limited.  Please arrive early. Scheduled to appear:


Steve Zimmer, LAUSD Board Member
Lillian Taiz, President, California Faculty Association, and Professor of History, CSULA
Henry Perez, Inner-City Struggle
Veronica Plascencia, Teresa Hughes Elementary/Magnet School, LAUSD
Moderators: Alejandra Marchevsky, Liberal Studies, and Jennifer McCormick, Charter College of Education, CSULA
 

BORDER KNOWLEDGES: A CONVERSATION WITH TRACY WILKINSON, L.A. TIMES MEXICO BUREAU CHIEF

Wednesday, May 12 at 6:30pm

Theater, First Floor

, U-SU
Reception to Follow

Dr. Enrique Ochoa (Professor of History and Latin American Studies, CSULA) will moderate a conversation with Ms. Wilkinson about drug, gun, and human trafficking and their reportage.

Winter 2010

 LEIMERT PARK

FILM SCREENING

Thursday, January 28 at 6:15 PM

U-SU Theatre

Join us to view this compelling documentary on the African-American arts/writing movement centered in this South Los Angeles neighborhood. This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .

 

ACP WORKS-IN-PROGRESS COLLOQUIUM: "SCIENCE AND NARRATIVE IN SCIENCE FICTION"

Tuesday, February 9 at 3:30 PM

Engineering and Technology, Wing A, Room 631

Join us as CSULA professors share their current research. Patrick Sharp, CSULA Department of Liberal Studies, will speak on "Genre and Evolution in Early Science Fiction" and Kate Sullivan, CSULA Department of Anthropology, will speak on “The Science of Origins in the New Battlestar Galactica.”

 

MEMORIES OF SURVIVAL, THE HOLOCAUST, AND SCHINDLER’S LIST:

AN EVENING WITH LEON LEYSON

Wednesday, February 24 at 6 PM

Los Angeles Room, U-SU
Reception to Follow

Join us as Leon Leyson (CSULA ’58), the last surviving person rescued by Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist credited with saving more than 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust, recounts his experiences of persecution and survival.  Mr. Leyson is a renowned Holocaust educator and will be speaking on the past as well as its impact on the present. 

Fall 2009

Los Angeles Latino Book and Family Festival
October 10-11
Greenlee Plaza
CSULA

Join us for a two-day celebration of literacy, Latino authors, and family fun.  Events include panel discussions,  children's stage and storytime, and readings by dozens of acclaimed authors.  For more information and specific event locations, see
www.lbff.us or email Dr. Maria Karafilis at mkarafi@calstatela.edu.

Paper Fortunes: American Literature's Investment in Liquidity
ACP Works-in-Progress Colloquium with Dr. Andrew Knighton
Wednesday, October 21, 3:30-4:30pm
Engineering and Technology Building, Wing A, Room 631

Join us as Dr. Knighton (Department of English) shares his current research on economic theory, literary studies, and aesthetics.

New Technologies, New Media, and Knowledge:  A Roundtable Discussion 
Wednesday, November 18, 6pm
Reception to Follow
Room TBA

Join us as award-winning journalists, bloggers, and scholars discuss how new media and technologies affect the ways that we generate and disseminate knowledge about ourselves as well as local and global communities.  Scheduled to appear:  Madeleine Brand (broadcast journalist, NPR); Megan Garvey (LA Times, co-founder of the Mapping LA project); Dr. Kavita Philip (Department of Anthropology, UC Irvine, and specialist on New Technologies Theory and Women's Studies); Raquel Hunter (blogger, Mama's Health); and Dr. Jon Beaupre (Professor of Communication Studies and radio host, KPPC).

Spring 2009

Graffiti Report:  Debating Public Art in Los Angeles
An ACP Works-in-Progress Colloquium with Professor Victor Viesca
Tuesday, April 14, 3:30-4:30 pm
Integrated Humanities Center, KH D4050
Victor Viesca, Department of Liberal Studies, share his latest research.

Barack Obama’s First 100 Days: A Roundtable Discussion
Wednesday, May 6, 3:30-5:30 pm
Los Angeles Room AB, 3rd floor, University-Student Union
Join journalists, scholars, and community members as we discuss the early days and possible futures of the Obama Administration. Panel includes commentary by Dr. Melina Abdullah (Pan African Studies), Erin Aubrey-Kaplan (L.A. Times), Madeleine Brand (broadcast journalist), and Dr. Philip Romero (Dean, Business and Economics).
This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .

Political Affect and Political Effect: Rhetoric, Representation, and Responsibility
The American Communities Program Spring Symposium
Thursday, May 14, 3:30-5:00 pm
Alhambra Room, 3rd floor, University-Student Union
Join us as the 2008-09 ACP Fellows share their research:

  • Dr. Manuel Aguilar-Moreno (Art), “Walls of Passion:  The Murals of Los Angeles”
  • Dr. Beth Baker-Cristales (Anthropology), “Black and Brown in Black and White: the Los Angeles Sentinel on Latinos and Immigration”
  • Dr. Andrew Knighton (English), “Speaking Volumes: The Syntax of American Utopianism in Public Library Architecture”

This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .

Roundtable: Musical Theatre as Social Commentary
Opening Night: Urinetown
Friday, May 15
Roundtable: 6:00 p.m. 
Performance: 8:00 pm
State Playhouse, 1st floor, Music Building 
Reception to Follow

This roundtable features actors, writers, and directors of musical theater, along with activists and scholars, to discuss the genre's increasing engagement with social and political issues.  The roundtable will be followed by the opening-night performance of CSULA's production of Urinetown, an award-winning musical satire that enjoyed a multiyear run on Broadway. Urinetown examines capitalism and corruption in a city short on water, and the setting of this production evokes contemporary Los Angeles.  A limited number of reduced-price tickets for the performance will be available. For more information, contact Dr. Maria Karafilis at mkarafi@calstatela.edu.

A Cure for Color-Blindness: Why Anti-Racism Matters Now
A Conversation with Dr. George Lipsitz
Thursday, May 21 at 6 pm
Reception to Follow
U-SU Theatre, 1st floor, University-Student Union
Dr. George Lipsitz, Department of Black Studies at UC Santa Barbara, discusses why “post-racial” is not synonymous with the end of racism in the United States.
This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .


Winter 2009

Made in LA
Thursday, January 15, 6:15 pm, U-SU Theater, Room 106

Through the voices of three garment workers, this award-winning documentary examines immigration, labor, and consumer choices in the Los Angeles garment industry.  The filmmaker, Almudena Carracedo, will be present to discuss the film.

Walls of Passion: The Murals of Los Angeles
Opening Reception and Colloquium
Saturday, January 31, 6-10pm
Exhibit
Saturday, January 31-Saturday, February 28
Fine Arts Gallery, First Floor, Fine Arts Building
The colloquium, opening reception, and exhibit feature scholars and mural artists discussing the cultural and political meanings behind the formal and informal murals designed in Los Angeles.

The Multicultural History of Boyle Heights: A Lecture by Dr. George Sanchez
Thursday, February 12, 6pm, Los Angeles Room, 3rd floor, U-SU, Room 308A
Dr. George Sanchez, Professor of History and American Studies & Ethnicity at USC, explores the racial, ethnic, class, and religious diversity and history of the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .

Building Communities: Public Scholarship Across the Disciplines
Friday, February 13, 8:30am-12pm, CSULA University Club.
This colloquium on community-based learning explores the intersections of scholarship and civic service.  RSVP required.  Please contact Dr. Maria Karafilis, Acting Director of the ACP, for more information.

National Self Determination and Global Justice: An ACP Works-in-Progress Colloquium with Dr. Mohammed Abed
Wednesday, February 18, 3:30pm, Integrated Humanities Center, King Hall D4050
Dr. Abed, Department of Philosophy at CSULA, shares his current research. Please contact Dr. Maria Karafilis, Acting Director of the ACP, to obtain a copy of the work presented beforehand.

Audience and Panelists at Prop. 8 roundtable

Fall 2008

Wednesday, October 8, 6 pm, Alhambra Room, 3rd floor, University-Student Union, Room 305
STATE OF MARRIAGE IN THE STATE: A ROUNDTABLE ON THE INITIATIVE TO BAN SAME-SEX MARRIAGE IN CALIFORNIA

Thursday, October 16, 3:30 pm, Los Angeles Room A, 3rd floor, University-Student Union, Room 308
BARACK OBAMA AND LINCOLN’S LEGACY
On the eve of Abraham Lincoln’s bicentennial, this roundtable examines his legacy and the ways in which it informs and is mobilized by the presidential candidacy of Barack Obama. This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .

Wednesday, October 22, 2008 8:00 PM, State Playhouse, CSULA
SONGS OF PROTEST
Original musical compositions inspired by the current political climate. Music director: John M. Kennedy.  Performances by CSULA Faculty Artists, the CSULA Concert Choir, the CSULA Chamber Singers, and student and alumni instrumentalists.

Wednesday, November 12, 3:30 pm, Integrated Humanities Center, 4th floor, King Hall D4050
MARKERS OF MASCULINITY IN AMERICAN CINEMA: AN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES PROGRAM WORKS-IN-PROGRESS COLLOQUIUM WITH DR. MEL DONALSON
Dr. Mel Donalson, Department of English at Cal State L.A., will share his current research on the markers of masculinity in American Cinema.
This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .


Spring 2008

April 10, 6:15pm, Cross-Cultural Centers
Screening of Watermelon Woman followed by Q&A with the award-winning director, Cheryl Dunye. This event is made possible by the generosity of Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II .

April 17, 3:30pm, IHC
Works in Progress Colloquium
Dr. Richard Wearn, Department of Art, “RELATIONAL AESTHETICS AND THE TEACHING OF ART”

May 7, 1:30-4:30pm, Library Conference Room and Garden Patio
ACP Spring Symposium
Narrating Communities:  Stories, Spaces, and Selves
Presenters: Dr. Marilyn Elkins (English), Dr. Alejandra Marchevsky (Liberal Studies), and Dr. Suzanne Regan (Communication Studies)
reception to follow
 

Winter 2008

February 7, 1:30pm, IHC (KHD4050)
Works in Progress Colloquium
Dr. Andrew Knighton, Department of English, “HOLLYWOOD PANORAMATICS:  NATHANAEL WEST'S BAROQUE MODERNITY”

March 5, 3:30pm, IHC
Works in Progress Colloquium
Dr. Talia Bettcher, Department of Philosophy, “TRANS IDENTITIES AND FIRST-PERSON AUTHORITY”

 

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