It was a trip of firsts for me: first time to upstate New York, first time traveling across a big lake by ferry, and first […]
People who live on water know that voices carry, they can distinguish the sound of the lark from the wren, and know when to venture […]
In the presentation of Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte walks a fine line between offensiveness, and what would have been viewed as fantasy or fairy tale.
When 6th grader Jo Daniels gets into trouble for eating raspberries from her neighbor’s bush, she gets help from her friends Betsy, Tommy and Leonard, and discovers her neighbor isn’t who she thought she was after all.
Prejudice and privilege are closely related. Our prejudices may even help ensure our privileges.
Snow blanketed the town in quiet isolation. It covered the roadways and rooftops and treetops, even the magnificent climbing tree that shaded the Carroll’s tiny […]
When we collided sparks flew it was difficult to tell the difference between me and you so alike we two we both burn hot and […]
Do not attend a hate rally! Instead, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center in 10 Ways to Fight Hate you should, “Hold a unity […]