Tag Archives: James Baldwin

Bonus! Review of Well-Read Black Girl and If Beale Street Could Talk

I’ve been thinking a lot about service lately; more specifically, I’ve been thinking about how people serve their communities in ways that ring true to them and are impactful. While there are things that we do that we can easily … Continue reading

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Reflections on MLK Day 2019

Yesterday was the great Civil Rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s, birthday. I am fortunate that I get to spend my days in an institution of higher learning where the man’s life and his message is meaningfully celebrated—many places … Continue reading

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James Baldwin “Debates” William F. Buckley

Greetings, The brilliant American novelist, poet, critic, essayist, and playwright James Baldwin was born August 2, 1924. Though it’s a bit belated I wanted to honor his presence in the world by passing along to you this “debate” between Baldwin … Continue reading

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