Monthly Archives: June 2015

Grandma, Dolly and Martin – Reflections on Racial Hatred

She was the first doll I ever had. A gift from my maternal grandmother. A philosophy of life in a child’s hands. A child whose life would evolve into a pilgrimage of restlessness, self-discovery and change. U-hauls, cars packed to their … Continue reading

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   “And distant places give us refuge in territories where our own histories aren’t so deeply entrenched and we can imagine other stories, other selves, or just drink up quiet and respite.”      The Faraway Nearby –  Rebecca Solnit … Continue reading

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