Monthly Archives: July 2016

I Am An Anomaly

I volunteer at my town’s Senior Citizen’s center a few times a week, working in the computer lab associated with our public library.  There I perform crowd control when things get busy, and answer questions about using the computer, printing, … Continue reading

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I’m fighting racism, one step at a time

Yesterday after reading an article on Facebook about police dismissing the protests of a young black male because…well, because he was a young black male and therefore what he said didn’t matter, (click here to see the article that started … Continue reading

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Writing cross-culturally

I am currently (July 2016) teaching a class of authors about writing diverse characters, my Spice of Diversity class. I received a student question that I’ve chosen to answer here, because I think it deserves a wide, thoughtful, answer. I was … Continue reading

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