Monthly Archives: June 2014

Being a mzungu

Originally posted on Felicity Feinman:
I’ve never been a racial minority before. Now, I want to be clear that I’m using the word ‘minority’ with a small ‘m’ not a big one. I’m not at all suggesting that my experience…

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It Gets Better…Eventually

I found this picture on a popular anti-bullying page on Facebook . It seemed to me like a good corollary to Saturday’s blog post about bullying. I am immeasurably glad that when I was a bullied teen, Facebook didn’t exist … Continue reading

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Dear Torrence: My Bullying Story

In response to the heartbreaking racist bullying incident at a particular school in Newfoundland… Dear Torrence, I don’t know you. You don’t know me. I’ve never been anywhere near Baie Verte, N.L. I’m a 25-year-old white woman in Quebec City. … Continue reading

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A box within a box within a box…

Using this blog as part of a puzzle game for my Facebook friends to guess my latest freelance gig. Unlike Facebook, WordPress allows you to write HTML code to post a link without showing where it leads. Click to see… … Continue reading

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