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Devoted to Doing Good

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This week in Liberia, the son of former Liberian President William V.S. Tubman was murdered. In Nigeria, 34 persons were killed in a village by armed men. In the United States, Gabby Petito’s body was discovered, and a search is on for her fiancé. Tragic news makes headlines, gets...

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The Privilege and Power of Teaching

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I spent 11 years as a public-school teacher and those years were challenging, illuminating, and fulfilling. As a math teacher in an over-crowded middle school classroom on the rough side of an inner city, I couldn’t fall asleep; I had to be on my game! That was challenging. Engaging my...

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Tell the Truth

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I am not sure about my maternal grandmother’s level of formal education, but to me she was one of the wisest persons in the world. She had so many sayings that seemed so full of wisdom. For example, she would ask you a question and before you answered she would say, “Tell the truth...

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