It is a weird aspect of our society that we often feel more grief over the death of a public figure than someone close to us – a distant uncle or a colleague at work may not invoke the same sadness as the loss of someone we only know from television, like Mork or a President. 338 more words
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One headline I came across lately that really resonated with me was called “5 Women Cut from Pop Culture History for Being Too Important… 69 more words
Guest Blogger – Amrita Kumar-Ratta, Intellectual, Activist, Dancer, Planner, Diversity Worker, Loves Hard, Dear Friend, Research Partner.
Since this year’s Oscar Sunday, there has been a whirlwind of commentary about the proceedings of the long awaited awards show. 839 more words