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Middle Class African Americans Often Live in Low Income Neighborhoods

Attached is a summary of an article from the New York Times. This article points out that middle class African American families often live in neighborhoods below their economic status because these neighborhoods are more compatible with their values and lifestyles. 178 more words


Observing everyday life: Julian van Mossel-Forrester

Artists create for many reasons, but for painter Julian van Mossel-Forrester, he paints to connect people together.

“I focus on subjects that are important to me, which include elements from my community,” he says. 508 more words

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Bronzeville Community Garden: Harvest Day!

Harvest days at the garden are always a great time to enjoy family time. One of the things i enjoy most is bringing my nephew. He loves to garden. 615 more words


The First Days of School: Setting the Climate for Year

I have written before about the beginning of the school year, Beginning the School Year: It’s About Connections Not Content.

I begin all classes focusing on having the students make connections between each other and with me. 

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Almost is Almost here!

Whether it’s keeping the grass cut or teaching a class. We’ve had full Sunday Services and Sunday Morning Forums. We’ve welcomed a human dynamo, Walter Clark and helped feed those in need. 93 more words


Co working/living space coming to Melbourne next year

https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2016/aug/23/creative-co-living-in-australia-did-beethoven-knock-off-at-six-oclock Aimed primarily at the creative millennial this international trend is planned to happen in Melbourne by April 2017. Currently they are still looking for an appropriate property.