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Rachel Swan

Rachel Swan 

Bio:
Rachel Swan is a recovering Luddite. She has also written for Film Quarterly, Vibe, Bitch, Jazziz, and The Best Sex Writing of 2010. Just sayin'.
  • Debtor's Purgatory
  • Debtor's Purgatory

    People who can't afford to hire an attorney have virtually no chance in court against well-heeled lawyers for banks and debt collection companies.
  • Fabulous Five
  • Fabulous Five

    Lipstick Conspiracy aspires to rock stardom, but that's a tough sell when you can't even tell your co-workers you're a tranny.
  • Hype Man for the Arts
  • Hype Man for the Arts

    Jerry Brown talked about the arts, and then the arts flourished. Does that mean he deserves the credit?
  • In a Class of Their Own
  • In a Class of Their Own

    On the football field, Cal has shown it has few equals. But in class, student athletes are separate and unequal.
  • Party 2 Nite. R U Going?
  • Party 2 Nite. R U Going?

    When teens can easily find parties without so much as an invite, the night can get out of hand pretty quickly.

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    A group of Bay Area families has been fighting back by building a network of those directly affected by police violence.

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