During the 2001-2002 school year, I was the President of the Student Senate (and Vice President of the Student Body) at North Carolina State University. I attended the Conference on Student Government Associations (COSGA) at Texas A&M University with a group of fellow student government leaders. One night was a thematic night where we wereContinue reading “Cultural Exchange vs. Cultural Appropriation”
As we move past yet another 9/11, I am reminded of the relevance of this quote in both my life and in my work. Much has changed since my last post. I have been blessed to have my family move up with me finally, we have found an amazing condo in Rogers Park in Chicago,Continue reading “Only Light Can Do That”
How I recharge at least once a year – every year. My heart goes out to my new Temple University Family:) LeaderShape!.
Why Ethnic Studies Courses Are Good for White Kids Too. Great commentary that I classify as “Diversity 2.0” thinking and reasoning. Certainly a shame that history will judge Arizona poorly for this.
Happy New Year to all, and I hope your holidays were safe and fulfilling. I’m happy to get back to blogging and hopefully helping whoever reads this have an “ah-ha” moment that will get them through the day, week, month, or year. I believe we reap what we sow, so this continues to be myContinue reading “Go Places and Do Things”
Mona Tailor: A Hindu Kentuckian’s Perspective on Senator Williams’ Comments « The Recovering Politician. My last post on this – thought her story needed to be shared. Thank you for your thoughtfulness!
The RP: Is Anti-Hinduism the GOP’s New Silver Bullet? « The Recovering Politician. This is from the former Kentucky State Treasurer. Great blogger and someone I consider to be a genuine and authentic agent for positive change across the political landscape.
David Williams assails Steve Beshear over participation in Hindu prayer ceremony | The Courier-Journal | courier-journal.com. I don’t pretend to know everything about everything…well I kinda do, but I am willing to talk about why I believe what I believe. And I’m not so intellectually arrogant as to think that everything I say or thinkContinue reading “Top Down Bigotry and Ignorance – #overit”
The Fascination of Humanity…. Following one of my students who I think writes so beautifully. He inspires me.
Students protest new study on diversity efforts – WKOW 27: Madison, WI Breaking News, Weather and Sports. What I appreciate most about this story are the beautiful faces from all backgrounds standing together. Despite your beliefs about affirmative action, we can all value the love these students have shown each other!