That we broadly endeavor to advance the views and efforts of both SA and CAJE is, of course, no secret. We aim to ever be transparent and sincere about our ideological point of view, our local biases, and our organizational agenda. But while our solidarity is wholly and freely given, our editorial and stylistic independence is the one priceless treasure we hoard and guard. Though we may never turn our backs on our origins, it is not our intent to remain closed to new contributors or even necessarily homogenous from a partisan standpoint.
In fact, whoever you are, we want your feedback, your participation, and, yes, your submissions.
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