Monthly Archives: October 2014

Love and Libraries

Back in the mid 1970s through the early 80s, my mother, sister, and I used to walk to our local library in suburban Detroit, taking our to-be-returned library books with us. We would then get a new lot of books, … Continue reading

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When “Just Getting on With It” Is No Longer Enough

I’d like to say my proudest moment at an October “Time to Change” event in Durham was when I accidentally swore – twice, it was a bad accident -during a talk in a Methodist church. Oh, and in front of … Continue reading

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