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It Is Not Too Warm For Soup

By | January 21, 2013

This past weekend, I helped to lead this month’s cooking workshop for the Social Justice Learning Institute. We taught the class how to make two soups that would be perfect for this winter season. Although our California weather has taken a turn towards the warm, we all know that there will probably be a mercury […]

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When Life Gives You Lemons

By | December 25, 2012

If you follow and believe the predictions of the Mayan calendar, it’s safe to say that we may have been dealt a bushel full of lemons. I’m not sure if the world will end today or not. For the last few days, I have moved back and forth between very mild hysteria and complete ambivalence. […]

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Finding Purpose In Your Work

By | December 20, 2012

One of the things I enjoy most is introducing new topics or explaining blurry cultural events to others. When it comes to Kwanzaa, I believe its purpose remains a mystery to many within the African diaspora and beyond. Although I do not celebrate Kwanzaa in its full form, I have always been a believer in […]

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