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The Anthropocene Reviewed, Reviewed

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When I was in my third year of undergrad in 2019, I took a history class on the Anthropocene. At the end of the class, our professor confessed that he wanted to end on a hopeful note, but didn't know how.

Just like the young men in the Young Farmers photograph by August Sanders didn't know what would happen to them, their friends, or their nation, the gravity of the word hopeless wasn’t the same then…




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