Monthly Archives: April 2015

Slavery, Jim Crow, and Looters

I posted the following on Jay Bookman’s blog, April, 30, 2015, and following this post is my explanation on Maureen Downey’s blog, the same day, in answer to how my words below explore “unorthodox” thought: The problem as I see … Continue reading

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Poem: “Form and Substance”

A poem written by me when I was 28 years old, and had come back to my home in South Georgia from having spent 7 years of my life in New York City with my first husband and best friend: … Continue reading

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Continuous Progress through High School

Mary Elizabeth posted, today, the following on Maureen Downey’s  “Get Schooled” blog at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the need for a continuous progress instructional/educational model through high school: “Although early childhood education will help to balance more the wide range … Continue reading

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Verdict in: Atlanta Public School Educators, “GUILTY”

Rev. Markel Hutchins on “Get Schooled” blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on April 15, 2015, and my response to his comments: Rev. Hutchins: “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. suggested, ‘crimes will be committed when there is darkness but the responsible … Continue reading

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Years ago, in my twenties when I lived in New York City, I started a poem entitled, “Consciousness.”  I still remember the first line:  “A child came into consciousness at nine.”  That is all of the poem I remember, now, … Continue reading

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GOOD FRIDAY, 2015, and FIRST SEDER MEAL, PASSOVER, 2015, both fall on April, 3, 2015.

Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all have the common ancestor of Abraham, the father of both Issac and Ishmael.  Listen to both the Hebrew Seder Music and the song “Amazing Grace” sung by Gospel Singer and Prison Reformer, Wintley Phipps, below:

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The Evolution of the World Egalitarian Consciousness through Gay Rights

From AJC columnist Jay Bookman’s blog, April 2, 2015: My ideas were, also, presented on AJC columnist Jim Galloway’s blog, April 2, 2015, at the following link: AJC  columnist Jay Bookman: “They sought this fight (religious bill which would … Continue reading

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