Who are these humans? This list explores work written by and about displaced people and those seeking refuge, bringing humanity to light.
We are endlessly creating ourselves, and our purpose is always applicable to our situation- our purpose is who we are, not what we do.
hello, in accordance with my "window a month" scheme, i've spent some time reading feminist theories over the last month or so. honestly, i don't know what to think. my favorite readings have been more personal essays and poems, specific to our current culture and/or media, or to experience. stories matter more than statistics, in …
a list of my favorite natural remedies for anxiety, including some sources i found in research.
Books featuring nonbinary characters should not be so hard. I hope this eases your quest.
Why would we need books to help educate ourselves? Isn't the knowledge it exists enough? Maybe, but.
Last year I decided I would spend 2019 in focused reading, with each month or so focusing on a demographic, in order to intentionally read more diversely. You can read more about that plan here. Now, these opening months were preoccupied by a work challenge to read kids books, but I did attempt to diversify my reading list. This is what I discovered.
turns out i started a lit journal! wheee!
Recently I finally got my hands on Adam J. Kurtz, and was absolutely delighted- It's pocket-sized! It has rainbow pages! It's hand-written! It's motivating, caring, and asks good questions!
Suffering in and of itself is not good. It is wrong....