Reading Outside My Comfort Zone

For me, reading outside my comfort zone means following wisps of ideas and half-understood references in one topic to others. …

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Remembering AIM

The American Indian Movement (AIM) was founded in 1968 (six years after I was born).  Reading about the individuals involved…

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What We Care About (and Why)

While discussing pop culture with my group of crafty women tonight, it became clear that issues that affect us directly…

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Why Trump? (Information and Links)

“The clearest way to reconcile the two perspectives is to understand how Obama’s presidency, and all that it accomplished, could…

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