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June's clipping wall is a wall in the editorial office room of the Boston Globe facility, where June pinned clippings (collected from pre-Gilead newspaper issues) about the origins of the Republic of Gilead and its creators, the Sons of Jacob[1].

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StoryEdit

In the abandoned Boston Globe facility, June is seen listening to a recording of an interview with an early "Sons of Jacob" member and digging through newspapers cutting out clippings. She pins the clippings to a wall under categories like 'Origins of Gilead', 'Power Structure', 'Militarization', and 'Curtailment of Civil Rights'. Staring on an article under the latter category, she 'tells' the clippings in a voice-over "You were there all the time but no one noticed you"[1].

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Episode 2.3, "Baggage"
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