College Board & its African American Studies Course
The New York Times published a piece about the College Board’s African American Studies Course. “Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida banned the A.P. course, after a draft curriculum was leaked.Credit…Mike Lang/USA Today Network”
Come on, Everyone Lies a Little, right? Liar, Liar, Pants on fire!
Liar! Liar! One explanation for the origin of the “Liar, liar pants on fire” rhyme involves the curiosity of a young country boy who stole a cigar from his daddy’s smoke box and hid in the tool shed to secretly mimic his father. After the boy lit the cigar, his dad smelled the potent smoke […]
Citizenship for Words is a Thing?
Accurate reviews of books, articles, and posts dignify a writer’s words. It’s refreshing to cross lines into other worldviews to dignify humanity.
Can you harness positive and negative energy in a room?
Blogging & Connections
Trainers Problem Solve Through Connections A Discussion I tend to make connections while reading topics that transform work. My mind weirdly goes to places. I have to stop and think, “What?” In the end, I usually change my perspective by calibrating my mental model. In the same way change should capture your attention as a […]
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