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Ron's Time Tunnel: What's That Smell?

I grew up in Cuthbert, Georgia, and although I wasn’t attuned to it in my youth, racial bias and prejudice were interwoven into the “colored” fabric of our lives there. 1,096 more words

Ron's Time Tunnel

Lessons from Old trees


This week’s healing story is a story of regeneration. It is about facing years of discrimination. It is about finding yourself alone and misunderstood. It is about fighting battles, inner and outer. 1,200 more words

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No Mosque For You !

Apparently, Northern Italians are tired of Muslims and immigrants relocating to their towns. Counselors in the northern Italian region of Liguria on Tuesday evening approved a set of measures drastically restricting the freedom to build new places of worship. 111 more words

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The Silent Migration Back

Penned in the wake of recent events and unrest in the US and around the world.

I am fortunate to have friends and colleagues from around the world, of multiple faiths and from every walk of life. 557 more words

The chess world is astir after women were told they must wear hijabs to play in the world championships

Top-ranked female chess players have been told that if they want to compete in next year’s world championships, they’ll have to wear hijabs—because the competition will be held in Iran. 264 more words