At the end of the classic Civil Rights Movement that fought for desegregation in public accommodations and safeguarding the right to vote, Martin Luther King, Jr., began to focus on the plight of northern cities. 650 more words

Martin Luther King Jr.


South Korean film-maker Bong Joon-ho has created a class satire thriller that is as fresh as the struggle is long. Much praised at the 2020 SAG ( Screen Actors Awards) , Joon-ho’s… 592 more words

Random Truths by Joanne Hardy

Random Truths by Joanne Hardy is an engaging saga of the haves and have nots in 1938 small-town Illinois, and the chaos that ensues when oil is found on their land. 238 more words

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A Shadow has nothing of its own.
Its shape, clothes,
All come from its owner.
But look at it long and hard,
And you will feel its presence… 43 more words

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

Leigh Bardugo’s Ninth House is an absorbing, spooky, and fun adult debut, perfect for its October release month.

Alex Stern isn’t the usual Yale freshman. A California dropout with an unfortunate past, she’s recruited to the Ivy by Dean Elliot Sandow, who needs her abilities in one of the legendary secret societies. 517 more words

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Watch Over Me

Through time and space I travel as corporeal beast
and each step negotiate thank Son rose in the east
Thank Son in the heavens who directs my every step… 259 more words


A Preponderance of Stupidity

In these perilous times in which we all live—the beginning of the end-of-times, as some might say—I have become increasingly intrigued by the preponderance of undeniable stupidity evidenced by the human species. 597 more words