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This is a selection of key Longview documents from the newest to the oldest.
This document from the Social Equity and Opportunity Forum at Portland State University addresses what has been a core issue for Longview--how can progressives be effective in framing issues of social and economic inequality. In the first part, Joseph Grady and Axel Aubrun show how often activists and advocates say one thing, but their audiences hear a very different message. In the second part, Lori Dorfman and Larry Wallack of Longview suggest ways to address the problems that Grady and Aubrun identify.
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We have found these reflections by others on current events to be particularly useful.
Sally Lehrman's article draws on an interview with Rockridge's Troy Duster.
Troy Duster on an unlikely mix: race, biology and drugs
Troy Duster examines California's "Racial Privacy Initiative".
The link describes the co-authored book, *Whitewashing Race: The Myth of a Color-Blind Society*, published by University of California Press.
Longview will build strong relationships with key constituencies
The mission of the Longview Institute is to help achieve a just, democratic, environmentally sustainable, and humane society.
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This page contains a sampling of some of the most articulate recent statements of progressive values that we have found. We will add additional pieces to provide a kind of living library of the development of a coherent and unified progressive vision.