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(July 24) Street Roots highlights the work of artists on the streets who have chronicled their lives through film, poetry and art. Pitchfork Rebellion fights against the Bureau of Land Management’s plan to ramp up logging in Oregon’s forests. One of Street Roots more popular vendors (Roger Gates) is highlighted after his passing this week.

Jay Thiemeyer and Miyuki Sese bring us hard-hitting commentaries from on and off the grid. Street Roots introduces a new and controversial column by Tye Doudy called The Addicts Almanac where he explores his life as a junkie on Portland’s streets.

Street Roots features Green Party Candidate Cynthia McKinney from Georgia and our editorial explores the double standard with shield laws that protect a journalist’s ability to protect their sources and material.

All of this and much more in the new edition of Street Roots coming out tomorrow.

Posted by Israel Bayer

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