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Common Sense

Rumble in the Jungle... of LibraryLand?

Welcome back, intrepid readers, writers, and researchers. It’s a brand new school year, and we embrace it with new… prejudice?

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The Brooks-Sumner Affair

Neal Pollard

In 1856, Charles Sumner, a Massachusetts Senator, delivered an excoriating speech full of vicious name-calling and personal insults—especially against Senators Douglas and Butler—for their defense and advocation of slavery and especially the violence in Kansas in response to the actions of John Brown and his followers. 423 more words

See No Evil

The other day I read an account of a Professor stopped for questioning by the police. By the time I’d finished reading his account, I was weeping–out of frustration, helplessness, but mostly out of plain sorrow. 672 more words

From The Heart

Refusing Indifference

Now, we must all fear evil men. But, there is another kind of evil which we must fear most … and that is the indifference of good men! 744 more words



ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ (Come and Take them) – King Leonidas

A Persian scout finds a group of warriors carefully oiling their hair and untangle it with a comb.

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About War

Lesson from a One-Year-Old

This morning, as I dropped my kids off at daycare, I witnessed something that made me feel hope for our society. My son Matthew, without any acts of prejudice, or thoughts of judgement, ran over and reached up to one of the teachers, who is a wonderful African American lady. 91 more words