Category Archives: Diversity

Wrestling with the South

I attended Emory University during the time the institution received the “Coca Cola Money” ($100-million) and has since transformed into a giant among learning institutions. I was raised in New York City and Chicago, so the South was a mystery. … Continue reading

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Getting Medieval with Internet Shaming: Why Words You Choose to Post Matter

Shaming defies the balance inherent in all things and places the author in an equal position to receive ugly responses and possibly even be sued. Continue reading

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Richard Sherman’s Rant and the Current State of the Union

You would think that Richard Sherman’s rant will cause the world to end. The media would have you believe it isĀ  shining example of the complete decline of Western civilization-forget that the Romans pitted human beings against each other to … Continue reading

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Native American Characters

This subject seems to become very touchy whenever a non-Native says something. But in this case, not only do I know of what I speak, I live it. I have been married to a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe … Continue reading

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