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Category Archives: Dialogue
By Maisha Todd The Arab Spring of 2010 was well known for its uprisings in countries like Egypt and Syria, which started out promising but did not end that way. On the other hand, the tiny country of Tunisia, which … Continue reading
“Slavery: Here and Now,” a panel discussion on human trafficking, hosted in St. Aloysius Church, was a heart-wrenching and enlightening turning point of my life. It was held on October 23rd, and attracted a good number of males, females and … Continue reading
We love our clothes. We love to look good, learn about trends; what colors complement our skin tones and seasons. There is nothing wrong with vanity and wanting to look beautiful. As long as we have a sense of vision, … Continue reading
Not long ago I was traveling the subway system in New York around midnight. A lighted board told me that my train would be delayed, so I found a seat on a bench next to a very striking young woman. … Continue reading
Response to President Barack Obama Weekly Address December 14, 2013 In his weekly radio address on December 14, 2013 President Obama speaks of the terrible tragedy of Newtown and the sadness we feel over this and other school shootings. He … Continue reading
Teaching children how to interact with others is as equally important as instruction in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Published April 10, 2013, on forbes.com, here is an excerpt from David Levine’s article – Teaching Empathy: The Ancient Way Is Now … Continue reading