history, Life as a Woman

Oakland, CA 1852–2022: Mills College

Dear Mills College, I’m sad to see you close after 170 years. Attending classes on your campus with a diverse group of women from all over the world my first year of college was important in how I see the world and how I see myself. I’ve written four drafts of a farewell to you, […]

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Spanish Culture and Language

Little Free Libraries in Colombia

VIsion, generosity, and dedication are three attributes of Jorge Ospina, founder of a public project to make books available to all. Thanks to Henry Louis of My Quest Blog for the inspirational article and video on The Book Man’s work to spread joy and knowledge in rural Colombia. People need books. After retirement, Jorge began […]

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history, writing

The United States is Under Construction

Our nation is under constructionrebuilding liberty’sinfrastructureplanning thearchitectureof equalityRighting pillars ofjustice for allIt’ll be beautifulonce our foundation’s level—Rebecca Cuningham 2020This post inspired by Six Word Saturday hosted by Travel with Intent; offering beautiful photos seven days a week. #6WS  #Photography #stopracism

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