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Ferguson

The last time I watched this much CNN in a day (as much as I did yesterday) was probably during Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

A young black man was shot by a white policeman in the suburbs of St. 189 more words

Commentary

Review: 'Buster Voodoo' by Mason James Cole

Dixon Green comes from a spiritual family, but not in the traditional sense. A resident of New Orleans, Louisiana, Dixon spent his childhood watching people visit his mother for things like love potions and charms of protection. 519 more words

Fiction

Interview with Clare Potter

Clare Potter is a poet, playwright, collaborator and educator, originally harking from Blackwood, South Wales. She taught and lived for several years in New Orleans, where she was a consultant for the New Orleans Writing Project. 1,977 more words

Poetry

Christina Thatcher reblogged this on collecting words and commented:

Clare Potter is a talented poet and all around wonderful person. I'm delighted to work with her at the Welsh Writers' Trust and cannot wait to begin teaching alongside her at Cardiff University this October. Please enjoy this interview and check out some of her poetry. You won't be disappointed.

Interview with Clare Potter

Clare Potter is a poet, playwright, collaborator and educator, originally harking from Blackwood, South Wales. She taught and lived for several years in New Orleans, where she was a consultant for the New Orleans Writing Project. 1,977 more words

Poetry

August 14: NOLA After Katrina #1

We all know about Hurricane Katrina and the devastation she wrought on the City of New Orleans, particularly the homes and people in the Lower 9th Ward.   69 more words

Black And White

IPM Success Stories from EPA

Many school districts have already adopted an IPM program with measurable success!

Walla Walla School District. With only two groundskeepers, the Walla Walla district is successfully implementing an excellent IPM program at all 10 of its schools! 191 more words

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