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Miami University Freedom Summer Conference 2014

This year marks the 50th year anniversary of the Mississippi Summer Project. In 1964, participants of this project gathered at Western College for Women (which is now a part of Miami University) to train and prepare themselves before taking on this opportunity in Mississippi. 348 more words

speaking up...

If all my talents and powers were to be taken from me by some inscrutable Providence,
and I had my choice of keeping but one, I would unhesitatingly ask to be allowed to keep… 577 more words


Ephramite; Joseph's Egyptian Wife

Encyclopedia of Mormonism, p 461; “In giving a blessing the patriarch may declare our lineage-that is, that we are of Israel, therefore of the family of Abraham, and of a specific tribe of Jacob. 543 more words

False Doctrines Of Mormonism

Let’s Talk About Race (in Latin@ Communities)

Bring up racism amongst those from Latin America and you’ll often get an exasperated groan, followed by something about how class is the predominate stratifying principle in Latin America, and a plea to stop applying your U.S.-based take on race to those in Latin America and the Caribbean. 90 more words


Ladies and Gentleman...The Honourable and Immutable Barry Spurr

Incase you’ve been living in a cave these past few days, here is the shocking story of Barry Spurr. Professor of Poetry at Sydney University, he is the main educational advisor to the Australian government about the school curriculum. 2,964 more words



“It is apparent that one of the primary reasons we have not experienced a revolution of values is that a culture of domination necessarily promotes addiction to lying and denial. 116 more words

Sugar, Sweet and Colourless

When you’re a child there’s nothing as satisfying as getting so blissfully dirty you have to wash the worst of it off with the garden hose before daring to cross the threshold of your family home where your mother is waiting to scrub your skin off while expounding on the realities of ringworm. 870 more words

Martha Mukaiwa