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Experience is Still the Best Teacher

Someone once asked me if I graduated college. And if I didn’t; how, as a single mother, did I raise college-educated daughters.

Not only did my daughters graduate from one of the top universities in the world; one also received her Juris Doctorate. 796 more words

Learning

NYT Opinion | How to Get Your Mind to Read

This an excellent Op-Ed on the state of literacy in the U.S. and how to make it better.  If you don’t have a NYT time subscription – highlights of the article indicate how the proper approach to reading will increase literacy – especially in under-performing public schools in America. 321 more words

Learning

Watch for the Signs

If you’ve seen the 2002 movie SIGNS by M. Night Shyamalan; starring Mel Gibson (Reverend Graham Hess), Joaquin Phoenix (Merrill Hess) Rory Culkin (Morgan Hess) and, Abigail Breslin (Bo Hess) you know they realize the importance of four signs before the film’s end. 1,044 more words

Consciousness

Have You Heard about Copyright Office Changes?

The Register of Copyrights Bill (H.R. 1695 Register of Copyrights Selection and Accountability Act of 2017) had its second roll call in the senate moving it closer to a reality. 238 more words

Writing

Long on Words, Short on Time? Summon Your Inner Editor

Renowned feminist and social activist bell hooks once wrote:

 No black woman writer in this culture can write “too much.” Indeed, no woman writer can write ‘too much’…No woman has ever written enough.” – …

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Writing

SHORT LIST

A writer is a storyteller.

Someone who creates content that contains a plot and has a beginning, middle and ending.  The story can have 6 words or 60,000 in which the writer shares a message with her audience through the spoken or written word. 394 more words

Writing