The Night I learned the Mechanics of Media Bias in a Catholic Worker House

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I learned about media bias in a small soup kitchen in Boston.

On a regular basis — Haley House — a Catholic Worker facility and one of the earliest in the movement, offered Clarification of Thought talks open to the public. This guest speaker series was the brainchild of Peter Maurin co-founder of the movement with Dorothy Day.




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