Bands to Check Out. Part II

[This quarterly post series: B.t.C.O. Parts 1-4 were originally received as an email from my friend Scott during our Peace Corps services in Macedonia in the early 2000s. He gave me permission to publish them here about a half a decade later. Hope you enjoy this historical reading/listening experience! The release of these posts is aligned…

Potential Teacher Strike

A strike is forming over district-wide issues creating a perfect storm-front for education reform.“The goal is not to strike but to find a compromise.”
-The Liaison

Women & Theology from the Global South, week 10

CONCLUSION AND NORTH AMERICAN FEMINIST AND WOMANIST RESPONSES At the beginning of each in-person meeting Dr. Lee explains the agenda. This final meeting became a symposium of art, poetry, and academic research.   Centering Ritual Vision Boards Dr. Lee’s Lecture Poetry Reading (Emily & Jordan) Ph.D. Research presentations Taylor and Rebecca Ritual Leadership: Lila brought…

Review: Redline

Went to see some student art, what i thought would be primitive or unpracticed was actually focused and a well thought get it girl– what I wanted to write on the wall: decide yourself when you’ve become a man or a woman. I apologize for getting your pronoun wrong, english is tough AND pliable. be…

Women & Theology from the Global South, week 9

Week IX: ASIAN FEMINIST THEOLOGIES Ritual leadership: This week was led by Cristine (who returned from her visit to Mexico City last week to learn about immigration issues) shared a mantra practice. We all sat quietly and reflected on the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra and the Moola Mantra. (Very briefly) These mantras focus on healing. This link…