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RACIAL ISSUES AND ME – NOW CALL ME WHAT?

Do you like my new picture?  I pulled it out of a photo in which I was surrounded by my family, so I enlarged it, and enlarged it some more until it got large enough to use,  thus the blurriness.  … Continue reading

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RACIAL ISSUES AND ME – DIFFERENCE IN BLACK AND WHITE

POST, Jan. 19, 1960     “THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BLACK AND WHITE” BY A Southern White Woman Teacher in a Negro College (Morehouse College)           I have a few old 50’s and 60’s magazines.  I probably have this one because it … Continue reading

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RACIAL ISSUES AND ME, REBLOG -COMING OUT OF THE CLOSET

This is a post from July ’19. I’m back with a bang.  A new discovery – so I’ve finally decided to “come out of the closet” and face it head on. BY 2019 STANDARDS, I AM A RACIST!  I’m white.  … Continue reading

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RACIAL ISSUES AND ME – BACKGROUND

Those who know me at all, know I was rocked in the cradle in Sunday School and Church.  From as early as I can remember we sang Jesus Loves the Little Children.  We had missionaries visit us regularly – with … Continue reading

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INTEGRATED SCHOOL – CHAOS/VICTORY

“We’ll hire you but I suppose you want in the northwest schools, so I’m not sure just where you will be placed,” so said the personnel director. “No,” I replied, “I have a sociology degree and I am interested in … Continue reading

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COMING OUT OF THE CLOSET

I’m back with a bang.  A new discovery – so I’ve finally decided to “come out of the closet” and face it head on. BY 2019 STANDARDS, I AM A RACIST!  I’m white.  No other color can be a racist; … Continue reading

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STRINGS TO MY HEART, Part Two

To my Children from Decades Past:  It is comforting to believe some of you remember me.  Teachers have egos too.  As I said in Part 1, I remember also.  I wish it were not so but I admit to remembering … Continue reading

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