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What Do Vets Think About Trump and Charlottesville?

The fallout from the protest turned ugly in Charlottesville, Virginia has produced an emotional response from many, across the United States. I let the dust settle on the subject for about a week. 2,599 more words


Back To School Books: School Bus by Donald Crews

One book I love for back to school is School Bus by Donald Crews, first published in 1980. This simple but dynamic book tells the story of a day in the life of a fleet of school buses. 494 more words


Rick Riordan and Diversity

I remember going to see Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief in theatres in 2010. I remember absolutely loving it. I remember picking up the book immediately after, quickly finishing it, and realizing that the movie was absolutely awful in comparison. 1,552 more words


Episode 22 - Multiplayer Arena Shooters

The entire gang reconvene for another episode of P8B. Lawbreakers hit the ground running and made us wonder where arena shooters came from and if it’ll come back… A few other multiplayer shooters make a cameo, too. 11 more words


July 31, 2017 - Introducing Dr. Cheryl Johnson of HSU's Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Dr. Cheryl Johnson – the newly appointed executive director of The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) at Humboldt State University, spoke with KHSU about her new job and the road ahead. 134 more words


The New Faces of the Inner City Classroom

Like most teachers, I look forward to the new year. But I sometimes dread looking into the eyes of the new faces in my inner city classroom. 538 more words


Open Discussion Is A Good Thing (Sometimes)

Let’s talk about being subjective. For example, there’s a book I really love called The Song of Achilles, which has been called out for having the bury-your-gays trope. 1,390 more words

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