In part two of Politically Correct Food (Part One here), we will highlight some of the ladies who represented "Aunt Jemima's" over the years.
I'll admit it. I was raised in a predominantly white community. No, 100% white; however, my parents did their best to teach us about other races and cultures. We had people of all races come through our home over the course of my life; from exchange students to troubled teens to school kids coming out … Continue reading Small Steps Toward a Big Difference for Women of Color
Creating Space - Before we speak or give our "wise suggestions" to another, perhaps we ought to get to know them a little. Make sure that we understand a bit about their culture and the things they deal with on a daily basis
Movie of the Week In looking for some hope in our scary world, I've been watching movies and reading books based on true stories. I'll tell you I have shed more tears, both of sorrow and joy, on this journey hearing the stories of others. Recently, my husband and I have ventured on The Dove … Continue reading Streets of Hope
Imagine living in a country where girls are thought so little of that they are not even allowed to attend school... at any level. As we know, the dumbing down of a people group is the most surefire way to control them. Keep them from thinking and they will follow you anywhere. Malala Stood Up … Continue reading The Girl Who Stood Up For Education
There is always more behind the scenes than you would guess. That's what's good about watching movies from real life or reading biographies. You can learn so much.
Reaching out to those who are lacking. Changing our attitude toward them
MOVIE REVIEW - I Remember Mama - story of Norwegian immigrants to American in the turn of the 19th-20th century