Monthly Archives: April 2012

A Space of Their Own

On Saturday April 28, I took a bus tour in Prince George’s County, Maryland (just east of Washington, D.C.) sponsored by the Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center (PGAAMCC), of North Brentwood, MD. The tour was entitled “A … Continue reading

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Earth Day in Kensington

The sky drenched us with much-needed rain yesterday at the International Day of The Book in Kensington, Maryland (www.dayofthebook.com) but kept away the festival-goers. Booksellers under canopies offered their rich assortments of books, but few people braved the cold rain … Continue reading

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The Little Red School House

The problem of prostitutes and Secret Service agents in Colombia reminds me of a poem: The Little Red School House It is not good for the G.I.’s health To talk to the co below. While the G.I. writhes, the co … Continue reading

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