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Microaggressions, Political Correctness, Growth Mindset

I’m hoping this post will end up more well-thought-out-deliberation than rambling-haphazard-rant, but if not, at least you had this preface as a warning!

I’ve recently been trying to find the words to articulate and respond to a frequently occurring phenomenon that I do not enjoy. 1,047 more words

Librarianship

Top Ten Bookish Turnoffs

The Top Ten Tuesday topic for this week is things that make you not want to read a book. What things can someone say that make you go “nope” and avoid that book for all eternity. 1,929 more words

Blogging

Me

This new article will talk about ME.

I am not a megalomaniac haha, it’s just that in a certain way I am issue of a cross cultural phenomenon and I wanted to share it with you. 432 more words

Non Classé

The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout {book review}

For some people, silence is a weapon. For Mallory “Mouse” Dodge, it’s a shield. Growing up, she learned that the best way to survive was to say nothing.

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Book Review

I'm Just Going to Say It...

I’ve had that look on my face before.

When you have a colleague question if something is relevant to “everyone” or a noted historian deem a chapter in a book too “ethnic” or a guide makes an insensitive or misinformed statement during a historic site tour. 407 more words

Historic Preservation

WHY I WRITE??? #3 Ft Jaylee James

When I’m in the middle of writing, I do it because there are stories, characters, and worlds in me that I need to express. They drive the entire process. 562 more words

Bookish

The KT Murphy Diversity Quilt

We’re making a documentary about our community art project “The K.T. Murphy Diversity Quilt”!

Check out our students talking about the squares they made for the quilt.