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Finny's Inauguration Special: American Carnage

“Educate yourself and make your voice heard.” Those were words spoken to me by the former President of the Cincinnati Tea Party when I interviewed him back when I was in high school. 1,263 more words

Day One of the New Resistance

What an exciting day it was! Today was a day when once again, people all over America and the world took to the streets to stand up for justice. 1,482 more words


Be FOR Something

Yesterday, an unpopular man was inaugurated.  It was a nasty drizzly day, and we can’t blame the small crowds entirely on his unfortunate personality, but on the other hand the nation wasn’t exactly dancing in the streets. 364 more words

Notes On The Collapse

Be Cautious with Crowns: A sermon on 1 Samuel

A sermon for the ordination of Marisa Egerstrom

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, South End, Boston: Thursday January 19, 2017

1 Sam 8:10-18

Psalm 146

1 Peter 5:1-4… 1,623 more words

Digital Archives and Their Necessity

The 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and Occupy archives are massive digital collections of various accounts and artifacts surrounding the respective events titled.  These accounts can include many mediums such as photos, letters, documents, witness testimonies and physical objects that are in some way related to the historical event.   888 more words

I Have a Dream...on MLK Day 2017

On this Martin Luther King Day, King’s “I Have a Dream” speech has never seemed more imperative, or more poignant.

In 2008, Americans had the dream that electing our first Black president would lead to a permanent undoing of racism, opening the door to a new age of American egalitarianism. 747 more words


The Empathy Problem by Gavin Extence

This is the third novel by Extence – his first, “The Universe versus Alex Wood” was a word- of- mouth success in 2013. He sets this novel in a very specific time and place. 283 more words