SALEM — It’s hard to miss Epilogue Kitchen and Cocktails when walking through Salem’s downtown district. Taped to its windows are tons of signs, some of them handmade. They read: “Black Lives Matter,” and, “No Place For Hate.”

There are large portraits of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and in chalk marker, the names of dozens of other people killed by police in recent years.

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Naomi Wolf is despicable. I will go to Epilogue next time I am in Salem.


How are anti-vaxxers a protected class when they won't even protect themselves?


Naomi Wolf. Quite the upstanding citizen.

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