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Funny bone of contention

I love a good laugh but few women are taken seriously when it comes to comedy and I’m ‘bovvered’ by it. If anything shows up how stuck we are with gendered assumptions, then the near extinction of female representation on the comedy front should be noted. 212 more words



One of the things I like best about social media is that it can be used for educational purposes, in particular education about different issues and creating ways for people to get together for support, strength and community. 434 more words


Diversity, properties and ecological significance of the genus Termitomyces associated with fungus farming termites in Africa

Josiah Ochieng Kuja, Hamadi Iddi Boga, Viviene Matiru, Huxley Mae Makonde
Keywords: Diversity, Termites, Symbiosis, Mycology.
The fungus-cultivating termites constitute part of diverse termite fauna in Africa that include Macrotermes, Odontotermes, Microtermes among others. 186 more words


Injury to Insult

I often don’t feel comfortable enough bringing up race and racial issues because people tend to pick apart your words and counter every statement you make in order to invalidate you, but I’m going to go out on a limb right now because I’m upset. 625 more words


My Colorful Greek Garbanzo Bean Salad

I love to make up my own recipes. I was in the mood for a Greek salad with “substance.” That called for my famous Greek garbanzo bean concoction: a colorful celebration of nature’s most delicious flavors beautifully combined in a visual pallet that is sure to please the other pallet.   318 more words

Unity Consciousness

Post Apocalyptic Reflections: Parable of the Sower (Earthseed 1) by Octavia E. Butler

Parable of the Sower (Earthseed 1) by Octavia E. Butler

Genre: Sci-Fi

Published: November 1993 by Four Walls Eight Windows


In California, in the year 2025, a small community is overrun by desperate scavengers, as an eighteen-year-old African-American woman sets off on foot on a perilous journey northward.

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Better Together

I made a New Year’s blog back in January, and one of my resolutions were to go to more interfaith events.

And when I say “interfaith,” I do not mean “inner-faith.” I have had difficulty explaining this before, but a lovely Anthropology and Religious Studies major explained it perfectly. 408 more words