Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Why do temperatures continue to rise every year? Why are we fearful of and denying immigrants the opportunity for a safer and better life? Why are we fighting war after war, destroying cultures, killing innocents, and creating hatred? Why more
To the Editor: In the wake of another shooting that resulted in mass death. I was relieved to see that not one of our National Senators or Congressmen accepts political contributions from the NRA. I wish I could say the same for our state more
To the Editor: In this crowded election year, a number of important issues haven't gotten much attention. One that's particularly important to me is after school programs. I'm extremely fortunate to have my son, Xavier, participate in the Kidventure more
To the Editor: Main Avenue, East (of the Greenwood Bridge) is a dangerous traverse; it's like the Old Wild West, except it's East - that area of Warwick that, once again, must suffer the Providence Airport's Godzilla. Here is a warning to those who would more
To the Editor: This Thanksgiving, please keep indigenous people in your minds and hearts. Do not forget about their struggle. Be aware that on Thanksgiving, the United American Indians of New … more
To the Editor: Whatever happened to the good old days when our worst worries on the 4th of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks? A well-warranted worry, according to the Department of … more
To the Editor: Cancer will claim an estimated 2,090 lives in Rhode Island this year alone. Yet, research shows that we could prevent roughly half of those cancer deaths if everyone were to stop using tobacco products, eat well, exercise regularly and get more
To the Editor: For his eloquent letter of August 18, I must applaud the courage of Mr. John St. Lawrence to say the things that need to be said about U.S. wars of the last 50 years.  I … more
To the Editor: The Rhode Island General Assembly recently enacted legislation mandating public schools provide at least 20 minutes of “free play recess” to children from kindergarten through … more
To the Editor: An open letter of thanks to Representative K. Joseph Shekarchi for his work on, and subsequent passage of, a bill to require Rhode Island health insurance providers to cover the … more
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