Archive for November, 2009

By Glenda | November 24, 2009

A Provocative Look at Thanksgiving

T E A C H I N G A B O U T T H A N K S G I V I N G Dr. Frank B. Brouillet Superintendent of Public Instruction State of Washington Cheryl Chow Assistant Superintendent Division of Instructional Programs and Services Warren H. Burton Director Office for Multicultural and Equity […]

By Glenda | November 12, 2009

That Intersecting Space

This is only one slant, one among many possible. Not to be read as any kind of absolute. Just a meditation on a moment in time, a psyche in flux. Tomorrow, some other voice will speak. But for now… A conundrum, a paradox… a way through? Here’s how it goes. Taught the dangers of pride, […]

By Glenda | November 8, 2009

Amid the Violence

In this turbulent time in our world, as even the trained “care-givers” are pushed by events and emotions over the edge to do unbelievable violence, I realize that all of us are victims… we are victims of a time of such fierce division, hatred, anxiety, and we are bombarded by what is so often hateful […]

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