Monthly Archives: August 2011

white privilege

One of the themes I explored in my book, Transformed, in my search for self-understanding and truth about race was recounting my “almost idyllic days of privilege.” Getting comfortable with that designation has not been easy for me, especially when … Continue reading

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magical “loosey-goosey” moments

Life has its defining moments. These moments come to each of us in a variety of ways and affect us differently. Such lighter moments have come to me a few times in my life. I am not sure how defining … Continue reading

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a not so civil war

On Christmas Eve 1862, William Jefferson Fatheree wrote a letter to his dear wife Mary Elizabeth from Camp Blake north of Vicksburg lamenting the fact that he would not be back home to Ebenezer in Holmes County for Christmas because … Continue reading

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