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John Oliver Mason
John Oliver Mason
John Oliver Mason

John Oliver Mason has written for newspapers in the Philadelphia area for over twenty years, covering such events as neighborhood associations, police-community workshops, demonstrations, friends-of-parks groups, and other community activities, writing about neighborhood people making their communities better. He is also a well-known poet.

He can be contacted at mason @


His most recent articles can be found at his user page.

Earlier articles can be found below:

January 2010: Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy
November 2009: Philadelphia Jewish Archives
March 2009: Legislative redistricting 2010
December 2008: View from the Bridge
May 2008: Israel 60 Independence Parade
February 2008: Jewish Labor Committee
January 2008: Hannukah Extravaganza at the Rotunda
July 2007: Peace & Reconciliation in Germantown
May 2007: Nashira
April 2007: Youngish and Yiddish
December 2006: The Workmen's Circle
March 2006: A New Voice Of Justice From the West

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