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Mojo Disabled

A review of Nalo Hopkinson’s Sister Mine (Grand Central Publishing, 2013)
By Derek Newman-Stille

There is a beauty in complexity, an ethereal quality to the display of Otherness and the richness of diversity. 627 more words

Fiction Book Reviews

Our usages are turned-around.

Academic “diversity” should refer to intellectual discourses, while educational “disadvantage” should refer to sociological structures.

Everyone experiences the world through a lense: here's mine at its most basic level

I don’t just observe diversity, I embody it in all its complexities, and everything I cherish in life tends to be pretty indicative of that.


More Liberal Incoherence

One can always count on Mike Wise, one of the sports columnists for the Washington Post, to provide examples of wacky liberal thinking. A few months ago, Wise not only jumped on the bandwagon to punish Donald Sterling for his thoughts, but he demanded even more by calling for an all-out purge of NBA owners.  582 more words


Two Upcoming Opportunities to Engage/Learn

There are two events coming up that I’d like to share with you.

The first is this Thursday, October 2, from 5 to 7 pm at the Dr. 377 more words


Ubuntu: "I Am because of You"

You may have heard it said, “I think, therefore, I am” by the philosopher René Descartes. Well, let’s propose a something around those same lines. 319 more words

Rene Descartes

Gratitude 16/365

I am so grateful for the amazing array of friends I have in my life.

They are as diverse as you can possibly get.  Their interests, their journeys, their political choices, their skin colour, their religious or spiritual beliefs, their ages, their geographical locations, their sexual orientations, their socio-economic placement, their education, their careers, you name it, we’re talking diverse.  165 more words

Gratitude 365