Tonight is the first debate between Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R). Here’s to substance, not buffoonery.
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In 24 hours, I’ll be nearing the end of my first day of Fall Semester 2015. Goodness, I hope it goes well. I’ve been dreading this semester for many reasons. Not the least of which is the current political climate … Continue reading
Sometimes, a good parody is what’s needed in the world.
Bah humbug. For more information, check out The Representation Project, watch Miss Representation, or read Geena Davis’s two easy ways to fix this whole media mess.
Today marks the 25th World AIDS Day. It is such a simple thing, remembering and acting to insure that more people do not have to die of AIDS, but far too many people are unaware–still! This morning as I turned … Continue reading
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In honor of both the March on Washington and Women’s Equality Day, one must remember that the fight for justice is neverending. Suffragists march on Madison Avenue in 1917.
[Image credit: Amy L. Darnell] The Montgomery, Alabama Greyhound bus station– the sight of such horrible violence against the Freedom Riders that the Riders almost quit. But they didn’t. Led by Diane Nash of Fisk University, the Riders kept on … Continue reading
The Department of Defense reports that in 2012, military sexual assaults rose to over 26,000– an increase of one-third since 2010. This comes on the heels of the disgusting irony that Lt. Col. Jeffrey Kruskinski, who himself led the Air … Continue reading
…is 102 year-old Desiline Victor.