Category Archives: memoir

One Atlanta Church and Race Relations

In light of recent AJC articles about churches and race relations in Atlanta, I dug out this excerpt from a memoir on which I am working. Please share your thoughts and comments! The majestic West End Baptist Church building was … Continue reading

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Being Human

Being Human The water is cold on my feet, yet soothing because its chill numbs the smoldering pain of rheumatoid arthritis. I look out at the unfathomable depths, roiling like crinkled crepe paper. There’s a popular song with a phrase … Continue reading

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MARCH 30, 2017 This Teacher Talks: What Really Goes on in America’s Schools

THIS SITE IS UNDER REVISION. PLEASE EXCUSE ANY BROKEN LINKS OR REPETITION. CHECK BACK OFTEN FOR UPDATES THIS TEACHER TALKS What if a child you knew or loved cried and begged not to be made to go back into their … Continue reading

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