Tag Archives: Delaware Festival of Words

“Sitting Right Across from an Author”

On March 2nd, Catherine Ryan Hyde‘s visit with readers of her book “Have You Seen Luis Velez?” created quite an awakening and set of realizations about the world around us. One of the attendees stated it was as if “She … Continue reading

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The Rights to Diversity Part I.

The optimism that author Jewell Parker Rhodes carried with her, despite the constant roadblocks of discrimination, racism, and derogatory reactions to controversial topics was amazing. That was the predominant nature of someone who is able to stand up for what … Continue reading

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Marching Into Interactive Learning

Today, the first time in 56 Years Blood Sunday celebrates without John Lewis, in an age where education can be perceived as monotonous, it is vital the opportunity to take advantage of the organizations and opportunities to expand the way … Continue reading

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