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Mon November 19, 2012
A visit to iLEAP: Seattle’s quiet, boring work in support of revolution
Today’s Seattle subversives are pretty low-key, superficially boring even — smiling at you in their wrinkled clothing, offering tea and cookies, mumbling quietly about equity and justice and gently nudging you toward whatever might be their most ambitious goal.
Take the iLEAP program, for example.