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On this momentous occasion when we observe the strength and inspiration of the peaceful transition of power in a democracy with the inauguration of Barack Obama for his second term as President, and we celebrate the life’s work of civil rights activist Martin Luther King, it is only fitting to share another guest post from Tracey Buckenmeyer. All three […]

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Husband woke up at 4:45 this morning and got up to follow reporting on the US Presidential election returns. I went back to sleep and didn’t join him until a more civilized 5:45 am, but regardless, there we were, foregoing much-needed sleep to studiously eye the electoral college estimates and state-by-state tallies. Why? Because we care. […]

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The headline caught my eye, so I read this article on AOL.com. Unbelievable. I was astounded. Can you imagine? After more than two weeks of protests centered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, Egyptians were greeted with the news yesterday that Mubarek had left the city and was sequestered in his residence in the resort city of […]

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