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Realistic Fiction with Racial/Ethnic/Cultural Diversity

“Fefa struggles with words. She has word-blindness, or dyslexia, and the doctor says she will never read or write. Every time she tries, the letters jumble and spill off the page, leaping and hopping away like bullfrogs. 281 more words

Authors Of Color

On Isis, Ebola, and Wake-up calls from God !

         

Psalm 2 : 1 You are wondering: What has provoked the nations to embrace anger and chaos?[a]
    Why are the people making plans to pursue their own vacant and empty greatness? 485 more words

Current Culture

Augury

—More often than not, It’s all in our head. We make up all these troubles that haven’t even come true, let alone be certain that it’ll come true, because it has become a default that whenever we start to feel strongly—affectionately—for someone, we’re expecting that it’s never going to work; (we’re expecting) that someone or something will arrive to, inevitably, destroy that feeling, when the truth is: we don’t know that, but we would often choose to play safe, and run away at the first sign of trouble. 10 more words

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Sleepy Hollow - "The Weeping Lady" Review

Crane got new clothes!

It is amazing how well Sleepy Hollow is able to handle monster of the week episodes and still make them feel like they impact the major overarching plot of the show. 526 more words

Television

Ebola donations slow to stack

Ebola has spread yet more legs, but it’s funding hasn’t. The donations meant to combat the epidemic has been at an unprecedented low, especially when compared to other relief efforts. 158 more words

Skills Exercise #4 / Laine Davis

The Task

For the design exercise, I chose to do the Website Banner assignment because I thought it would be a useful step in creating my final project, 08.29.05. 326 more words

Skills Exercise 4

Ebola Is Becoming Obama's "Katrina"

I think every president has a “Katrina” moment. Some episode that’s totally out of their control that the nation demands they handle with aplomb. With George W. 656 more words

Politics