Love, love, LOVE this episode!!!! Answered so many questions and reaffirmed my spirituality.
The scholarship, established in memory of the late actor David Coleman Dukes, is awarded annually to a third-year Theater Arts student working toward a career in stage acting.
Again, instead of acting to correct these violations or stepping down! This should be enough for any of us to re-think our addiction s to FBook.
The customers of FB are not "us" - they are the corporate and political entities that "buy" into FB, in effect - "buy" us all.
I've also found that almost inevitably, each time I register an "opinion" on a post on FB - there is ugly blowback, if I speak out "against" the sentiments of the post.
Recently I noticed a post that asked a specious question "opposing" the "three meals a day, etc. On the face of this, the post would appear to imply that U. Immediately in my opinion one would have to ask the question, "who is behind this false "pitting" of two admittedly troubled "institutions" - and what is their intent?
When women are incarcerated or even detained detention can last longer than a year, despite "habeas corpus" - their children routinely become "wards of the state" - which means that they are put in foster care.
Mothers do not know where their children are placed and have to fight to get them back upon release.
Please see recent New Yorker article on incarcerated women in Oklahoma. Recent horrific "border" crimes against humanity in separating immigrant children from their parents - are routinely suffered by women who lose their children to the "system".
Could it have anything to do with Trump's unbelievable seeming recent support for prison reform. Maybe the huge corporate structure that profits each time an individual or immigrant!
This, to my mind, is the type of "loaded" post by an unknown source that is typical of Facebook's enabling of political influence in "hidden" drops into FB "consciousness". I do not expect anyone to agree with my opinions on this or anything else. I understand that it is v difficult to remove oneself from FB - but I intend to do so gradually.
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I apologize to those who keep asking to join my "network". The only network I belong to is the one that is in my overloaded memory! More beach fun - love this shot! My beautiful daughter Annie, post-reading, with Mom!Nov 24, · Author James Baldwin taped a candid and fascinating studio interview at WCKT - Miami in Featured in this edition of the long running program, "Florida Forum": questions by an in-studio.
One on my poems from LAST SEXT called Forgotten Sound won a Pushcart Prize.
I didn’t think a Pushcart was a big thing, because a lot of ppl get nominated for them and you always see the nominations in people’s bios, but apparently it is a thing. Barry Holstun Lopez (born January 6, ) is an American author, essayist, and fiction writer whose work is known for its humanitarian and environmental concerns.
He won the National Book Award for Nonfiction for Arctic Dreams () and his Of Wolves and . Oct 17, · The Pieces of Zadie Smith. Briton, Jamaican, mother, writer, female: on becoming whole with one of this generation’s most vital literary voices.
In Random House published a first novel by a thirty-two-year-old American living in Paris named Harry Mathews. The Conversions is an adventure story about a man trying to decipher the meaning of carvings on an ancient weapon, and it unfolds in a succession of bizarre anecdotes and obscure.
Carol Muske-Dukes is a professor at the University of Southern California and a former Poet Laureate of California. She is an author of 8 books of poems - most recent is Twin Cities from Penguin. Blue Rose (Penguin Poets Series) is forthcoming in