Amadeus Finlay

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On the Powwow Trail: The Quanah LaRose story
November 13, 2019 No Commentby

On the Powwow Trail: The Quanah LaRose story

Quanah LaRose has lived a life that, if he wasn’t a real person, would be straight out of a movie. ...

Voices of Turtle Island: An Indigenous women roundtable on identity, place and culture
November 13, 2019 No Commentby

Voices of Turtle Island: An Indigenous women roundtable on identity, place and culture

Rhode Island may not strike you as a place of great migration, but for three Indigenous women hailing from distinct ...

AltFacts: Minimalism Gone Too Far: Eventually, we'll slurp coffee from our hands
October 30, 2019 No Commentby

AltFacts: Minimalism Gone Too Far: Eventually, we’ll slurp coffee from our hands

Save the Ice! (Lunchtime Quickie) Newly rebranded Dunkin, now without the Donuts, will enhance its stripped-back approach by dropping the ...

In Fourteen Hundred Ninety-Two: Columbus raped and pillaged, too
October 16, 2019 No Commentby

In Fourteen Hundred Ninety-Two: Columbus raped and pillaged, too

Indigenous People’s Day Let’s make no mistake about this. FUCK Columbus. He was, and ever will be, a murderer, a ...

Decaying Icarus: Paranormal tales from an airplane graveyard
October 16, 2019 No Commentby

Decaying Icarus: Paranormal tales from an airplane graveyard

The rusted frame of a nosecone pokes out of a tangle of vines and long grass, permanently grounded, never to ...

AltFacts: Bright Ideas: Bringing pizza to the masses
October 2, 2019 No Commentby

AltFacts: Bright Ideas: Bringing pizza to the masses

Brainwashing (and Drying) Last week, Rhode Islanders learned that the Democratic Party actively participates in the brainwashing of African-American communities. ...

A More Just Rhode Island: Transgender identity vs. the Supreme Court
October 2, 2019 No Commentby

A More Just Rhode Island: Transgender identity vs. the Supreme Court

The policing of identity continues as the Supreme Court waits to hear three separate cases that will determine workplace protections ...

Run, Charlie!
October 2, 2019 No Commentby

Run, Charlie!

Newport, 1929. Charlie Travers is the state’s leading prohibition rumrunner, bringing more than $500,000 of hooch, booze and liquor on ...

Elorza Goes All In … But is it deep enough?
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

Elorza Goes All In … But is it deep enough?

There’s no mistaking it; some RI public schools are at the pit of a crisis that might prove irreversible. On ...

AltFacts: Newsiest News from Round the World: Grab your knobs and your crayons, folks
September 18, 2019 No Commentby

AltFacts: Newsiest News from Round the World: Grab your knobs and your crayons, folks

Don’t Be a Knob (Israel) Perpetual imperialist Israel is at it yet again. Last week, the nation’s prime minister, Benny ...