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February 22nd, 2013
Written by Marlene Caroselli in Our Daily Walk with 0 Comments
Have you ever been guilty of an occasional verbal faux pas, making an accidental, unintended bigoted statement, or asking a bigoted-sounding question? No doubt, many of us are guilty of being the accidental bigot. I have been guilty of being the accidental bigot more than once, unfortunately. Like all of my dinner parties, the one this week had an interesting mix of people, from a wide array of...
February 13th, 2013
Written by Jennifer Farrar - Associated Press in Our Daily Walk with 0 Comments
NEW YORK (AP) - The old expression that an Irish person can "hold a grudge like a tomahawk" holds alarmingly true in Kirsten Greenidge's smart, affecting new play, ironically titled "Luck Of The Irish." A suspenseful production of the bittersweet drama opened Monday night at the Claire Tow Theater, as part of Lincoln Center's LCT3 series showcasing emerging talent. Two sets of events occur 50...
February 11th, 2013
Written by Michael Huebner – al.com in Latest News, Our Daily Walk with 0 Comments
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Since its inception in 1992, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute has been concerned about more than Birmingham, and more than "civil" rights. In its charter document, a lengthy statement condensed to a single sentence, the institute states its broad mission: "to promote civil and human rights worldwide through education." A tour through its galleries and exhibits, while...
February 6th, 2013
Written by Marlene Caroselli in Our Daily Walk with 0 Comments
My sister Linda, a spectacular teacher, learned early in her career about the dangers of spoonerisms. After her first embarrassing reference to the Mark Twain classic, she subsequently always called Huckleberry Finn by his full first name. I’ve had embarrassing classroom moments of my own, many of them in my career as a corporate trainer. One of my first contracts was with the State of Michigan....
January 24th, 2013
Written by Rita Cook in Latest News, Our Daily Walk with 0 Comments
The third annual Student Essay Contest honoring the Nation's First African-American Aviators, World War II Tuskegee Airmen will celebrate National Black History Month with students in Central Florida invited to meet Airmen in person at Fantasy of Flight's Legends & Legacies Symposium, "They Dared to Fly" from February 7 to 9, 2013. Sharing their thoughts and dreams in an essay contest...


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