Tag Archives: History

Hidden Figures – A Different Approach to Promoting Mutuality

The other day, I re-blogged Sara Frykenberg’s  post about the impossibility of debating “mutuality,” which I define as the mutual respect required to approach each and any “other” as a peer.     The movie, Hidden Figures, starring Taraji Hensen, Octavia … Continue reading

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Here’s Looking At You, Kid

I first saw “Casablanca” in tiny dive in Georgetown in the 1960’s.  Forerunner to today’s “Movie Taverns,” it was a little hole in the wall that served popcorn and beer at café tables in a small black-painted room with a … Continue reading

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Victoria Woodhull: One Who Rose Up

This weekend the Texas Storyteller’s Association held its annual festival in Denton.  One of the featured teller’s, Willy Clafin  prepared a stellar historical presentation.  The operative word here is prepared.  The man knows his stuff- backwards, forwards, inside out to the … Continue reading

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The Many Faces of The Magdalene

Come Join Us Unity Church of New Hope 6071 New Hope Rd Krugerville, TX  214-453-0218 The Many Faces Of The Magdalene January 20th, 2013 10:AM  Mary Magdalene is more than an incidental figure in the Christ story.  Her memory has … Continue reading

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