Is Facebook Ready?

To date, Congress has been unable to determine a legislative path for dealing with Facebook and similar companies.


Notes from the road: The Holocaust of Trees

Patricia Vaccarino writes about the changing climate in the Pacific Northwest and its impact on the great trees that gave the Evergreen State its name and reputation.


Diné College Case Study: How federal funding increases equity, connectivity, opportunity

Barbara Lloyd McMichael explores how federal funding can increase equity, connectivity and opportunity. Established by the Navajo Nation in 1968, Diné College is the first tribally controlled and accredited collegiate institution in the country.


Moving Words

Moving Words is a 5-week course that brings together an intimate group of writers for guidance and support. 


Building Back Better: the U.S. Department of Education

Barbara Lloyd McMichael’s monthly column examines the impact of the Biden Administration’s Building Back Better initiative. This month she focuses on the U.S. Department of Education.


The “Bloody English” is a well-deserved moniker

Mantel conjures the world under the reign of Henry VIII and delivers Thomas Cromwell, in all of his complexity, to us as a sort of gift that keeps giving. If we can understand Cromwell, then maybe we can learn to understand ourselves.


A Perfect Mystery

Life unfolds noisily at the warp speed of a page-turning mystery novel. With many nuances, twists and hairpin turns, you never know what is around the next bend.


September 2021 - Manifest Reality

We are manifesting reality by spreading good news. This month we focus on education, the power of mystery and why we believe the things we do.