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Tonight: Indivisible co-author and Arkansas native Billy Fleming at the Clinton School

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click to enlarge FREEDOM WRITER: "Indivisible Guide" co-author Billy Fleming is a Fort Smith native. - JORDAN BLANCHARD
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  • FREEDOM WRITER: "Indivisible Guide" co-author Billy Fleming is a Fort Smith native.

A quick plug: Fort Smith native Billy Fleming, the co-author of "The Indivisible Guide" and the co-founder of DataRefuge, is speaking at the Clinton School of Public Service's Sturgis Hall at 6 p.m. tonight. "Indivisible Arkansas: Red States and the Resistance" is the title of his talk. David Koon wrote about Fleming's work on "Indivisible" earlier this year.

Fleming, a former student government president at the University of Arkansas, directs the Ian McHarg Center at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design. He recently completed a Ph.D there in city and regional planning. Though it's not the subject of his talk, you should ask him about Little Rock planning or lack thereof. He has a lot of smart thoughts on the matter.

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