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What I learned this summer in Brooklyn

By Laura Harvey

I learned a lot about the museum field and a lot about myself during my summer graduate internship working on Family Access Programs at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum (BCM). 411 more words

USF Museum Studies

In Search of Dignity

Dear Readers:

So much time has passed since my last post.  I truly miss connecting with you.  Now that summer is almost over, and my vacation and travel schedule has leveled off, you will be hearing from me much more often. 568 more words

Brooklyn Legends

Racism Exists (Don't Inform Me About My Life Experience)

In the last few days, there has been numerous blog posts, articles, and media covering the horrible reality occurring in Ferguson. With the death of one young man, the curtain of covert racism has been ripped away for the world to see. 895 more words

Real Life

Living and Working in Alabama

Monday is Labor Day – the national holiday that honors the hard-working people of our nation – and with that observance, Alabama Arise’s Citizens’ Policy Project released its report on… 363 more words

The Deep South

SIDEWALK CHRONICLES: Consistent Peaceful Vigil is Closing Ohio Surgical Abortion Facilities

In the last SEVEN DAYS, three of Ohio’s abortion facilities [Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland] will no longer offer or perform surgical abortions. At this time it is not clear if these same facilities will offer the RU-486. 379 more words

ABORTION

While I was gone this summer...

Hello, World.

It’s truly refreshing to blog again after a few months’ hiatus. It has been too long, but now that I am settled back into internet life with working wifi, it is time to get typing. 907 more words

Reflection

Ferguson

I’ve never been to Ferguson, Missouri and know nothing about the town. If Michael Brown hadn’t been killed there, and if this recent furor hadn’t risen up there, I would likely never have heard of it. 540 more words

Social Justice