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Transforming Lives on Both Sides of the Prison Walls

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The blind students and the inmate students have a symbiotic relationship of success and hope, Read More »

Federal Prison Discipline: The Case of the Education Behind Bars Newsletter

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Held in solitary confinement for months for publishing an educational newsletter for inmates, I eventually had the guilty findings overturned, but not before much suffering. Read More »

What To Do, What To Do: The Crime of Sexual Assault

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Our societal barometer is broken. Read More »

Kosen Rufu – Propagation of World Peace

Nichiren is a form of Japanese Buddhism that emphasizes repeated recitation of the mantra nam myoho renge kyo for health, happiness and enlightenment. Read More »

The Top Five Disney Princesses for Real-World Girls

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What do princesses have to do with the empowerment of young girls? A lot. Read More »

Doubt This, Not That: Are You Being Spiritually Seduced?

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A healthy dose of (productive) doubt can be an enriching and favorable state of mind, leading you to consult your own inner wisdom and question events around you. Read More »

Reverse Culture Shock: Customer Service in the U.S. is Ridiculous

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If you want my business, try the novel idea of actually conducting one. Read More »

What Are You Writing?

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Writers are worker ants, always labouring, often without pay, for the good of the nest: the planet we all share. All writing is political. Read More »

Climate Change: A Disaster Movie in Slow Motion

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Climate change is unfolding like a disaster movie in slow motion. Read More »

White Youth Corps Against Bigotry

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There need to be regiments of young white people coalescing into squadrons of anti-racism reformers to modernize and re-educate white racists. Read More »