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This article is part of the Food Rights Network, a project of the Center for Media and Democracy. Find out more here.

Rebekah Wilce is a farmer with a degree in writing from the University of Arizona. She researches and writes for the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) and milks cows at a local farm. She is the lead writer for CMD's Food Rights Network (FRN).

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The state of Wisconsin debated the use of Indian team names and mascots in October 2013. Some argued "Wisconsin's law makes it too easy to force school districts to drop them and others saying rewriting the law would perpetuate discrimination," according to the ''Milwaukee Journal Sentinel''.<ref>Patrick Marley, [http://www.jsonline.com/news/education/hearing-set-on-gop-bill-to-change-indian-mascot-restrictions-b99112408z1-226300751.html Hearing gets heated on GOP bill to change Indian mascot restrictions], ''Milwaukee Journal Sentinel'', October 4, 2013.</ref>

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The state of Wisconsin debated the use of Indian team names and mascots in October 2013. Some argued "Wisconsin's law makes it too easy to force school districts to drop them and others saying rewriting the law would perpetuate discrimination," according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.[1]

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Leading the cows to the barn (Photo: Rebekah Wilce)

Wilce works on a small, sustainable mixed livestock farm one day a week, where she gets to watch cows parade through green fields. Embedded at the right is a picture she took one beautiful morning on the farm.

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See the 2011 audit of the Colorado state Adams County School District here.[2]

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  1. Patrick Marley, Hearing gets heated on GOP bill to change Indian mascot restrictions, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, October 4, 2013.
  2. Colorado Department of Education, Adams County School District Audit, state agency document, April 26, 2011.


Hey, thanks for the Environmental Policy Alliance page work.

I'd made the edit indicating the link to Rick Berman back in March, the page has really come along since. I like this Wiki thing ;-)


Another project: Alex Epstein. Notable for a debate on coal with Bill McKibben. Presently at the Center for American Progress. Spokesdroid for the coal industry and other anti-environmental causes. I may be putting up some more pages. Dredmorbius (talk) 21:09, 7 July 2014 (EDT)

Epstein's DeSmog Blog entry.

OK, here's a start: Alex Epstein.