The July 4 holiday had us thinking about freedom again, just after Juneteenth celebrated emancipation from slavery. Free-ish was a theme then, with many Black citizens reminding us that racial justice is not yet achieved. This is a time for appreciating relative peace and prosperity, while working to enlarge freedom for others, both at home and around the globe. – Fletcher Farrar, editor

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Fletcher Farrar

Fletcher Farrar is the editor of Illinois Times .

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