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TALK’n TROUBLE: Trouble is a gift.

Hanukkah, Christmas, Boxing Day, Kwanzaa: Whichever holidays you observe, and even if you don’t celebrate at all, in much of the world, this time of year is associated with gift-giving. Giving is an expression of ourselves, our motivations, and our expectations. It has a historical and symbolic meaning. Gifting is in our DNA. Throughout history, […]

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You would have to have been in total isolation for decades not to know that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and, it is wicked PINK!  The annual, month-long event is meant to raise research funding and increase awareness of the second leading cause of cancer deaths in women. But, the story behind its

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TALK’n TROUBLE: Back to School

At this time of year, most American kids have gone back or are about to go back to school (reserving comment on the Covid situation here). America’s public schools have traditionally been considered the most effective tool for integrating all races and classes into our society. Some might say public schools are the foundation for

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