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Angelou on the Semantics of Education

“Blacks, Blues, Black!” (Episode 6: Education)

Conversely, Native Americans in California used baskets as if they are extensions of the human body; infants were immersed in water-holding baskets as they get immersed in culture. 306 more words

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Shameless, Allison, shameless.

Dear readers, I am going to make a shameless plug for myself now and I promise you, I won’t burden this space with annoyingly frequent updates about this business… But…. 578 more words

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I Got a Lil' Somethin', Ya'll

Hey Lovelies!

So, I’m writing a novel ^_^.
Well, actually I’m finished, I just need to polish it, fix a few character issues and what not. 188 more words


The Death of Mermaids

Up front, I shall say that I forgive Erika Swyler for making the main character of The Book of Speculation a man. I want to get this out in the open, because I really like this book. 883 more words

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Back to School in "The Skin I'm In" by Sharon Flake (Review)

“Gotta realize that all you are is all you got.” – Sharon G. Flake

Summer is waning and back to school photos fill our Facebook and Instagram timelines.

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Coven Chat: The Raven Cycle

It’s time for our Coven Chat about Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Cycle. If you haven’t read the series yet, please remember that spoilers lie ahead, beware! 1,904 more words

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Hope Unfolding: Grace-Filled Truth for the Momma's Heart

I was first introduced to Becky Thompson on Facebook through her page “Scissortail Silk” (and I just recently found out what that means). Becky also has a page called “Midnight Mom Devotional.” After reading her encouraging posts, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on her book! 189 more words

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