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Teenagers and War

How do you teach children about war? In all cases a herculean task, I think that American parents have it both harder and easier than so many other cultures. 1,415 more words

Just Being Me

Disease management is a lot like the battle of Gettysburg

In Southeast Farm Press

by Bob Kemerait, University of Georgia

As my family and I drove on a mid-July morning, passing field after field of peanuts, I said this time of the season reminded me of the Battle of Gettysburg. 700 more words


Bonding Over Trauma

A poetry writing workshop with Work Ready reflecting on past experiences revealed quite a few gems and quite a lot of trauma. The one thing every women in that room had in common: sexual assault. 781 more words


Quite an Overlook

I wouldn’t say that the Oak Ridge area, which houses the monuments of John C. Robinson’s division of the I Corps, is the most over-looked area of the battlefield. 362 more words

Battle Of Gettysburg

International dialogue or international change?

On Friday, we met with two Palestinians who work with the Food Resource Bank, specifically addressing food access in Gaza. The details that they shared about both Gaza’s past and present–from the 51-day war in the summer of 2014 to the strife that comes as a result of severe border control–offers an entirely different situation from the one we see in Gettysburg. 570 more words


Staycate the Premises

The summer holidays with kids are rough. Generally, I’m speaking of Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day, but summer as a whole is pretty lame, too. 1,366 more words