How White Bias Becomes Institutionalized in Literature Classes: Part 3 – Appropriateness

Note: I apologize for the delay in adding this post. The people installing Google Fiber in our neighborhood accidentally cut our existing cables, so we have been without internet from early Tuesday morning. Earlier in this series I wrote about the dilemma a student might have for writing an essay for the 2019 AP English … More How White Bias Becomes Institutionalized in Literature Classes: Part 3 – Appropriateness

Online Talk Series on Combining Spiritual Practice and Social Activism Starts Tonight

I hear a lot of people say, especially during this time of global pandemic, that they don’t follow the news because if they do, they can’t maintain their spiritual mindset. But is that true? Does a deep engagement in spiritual practice require turning away from the ills of society? After all, two of the greatest … More Online Talk Series on Combining Spiritual Practice and Social Activism Starts Tonight