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I recently came across my earliest publications, a collection of forgettable poems that made their way into several small literary journals.
Reflections on the Women’s March of January 21, 2107, in Memphis, Tennessee. Will we begin to live differently, relate differently, adopt new perspectives and values because we marched?
Teaching at its best involves an expansive process of co-learning: thoughts about teaching, learning, grades, and the people we become in the learning process.
The turning of the calendar to a new year offers a moment to reassess priorities, both personal and professional, and to be more deliberate about intended aspirations for change.
Review of Trace: Memory, History, Race, & the American Landscape by Lauret Savoy, which weaves history, geology, and personal memoir in profound tales that peel back layers of a place called America.