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Black Heritage Month: booklovers guide

Dixsons

Starting at Dixon’s Book Store, look in the fiction section for Our Sister Killjoy by Ghanaian poet and playwright Ama Ata Aidoo for $7.95. In the same section, search out Jamaican-born Canadian Olive Senior’s short fiction collection, Discerner of Hearts for $5.95. In their literature section, look for Trinidadian Sam Selvon’s Moses Ascending. Selvon spent […]

#BlackLivesMatter: the central problem with the #AllLivesAllMatter movement

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On Aug. 9, 2014, underneath the scorching sun lay the lifeless body of an unarmed black teen: Michael Brown, riddled with bullets. Amidst controversy, tragedy and hope, Black Lives Matter was born – a movement dedicated towards familiarizing our modern Western society with names of black men, women and children, all victims of state-sanctioned violence […]

Self-love in: The Year We Thought About Love

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Co- written by Lyne Dwyer Boston’s True Colors: OUT Youth Theatre is America’s oldest queer youth theatre. During the 2012-2013 school year, Ellen Brodsky took her camera into their rehearsal space. She found a group of 14- to 19-year-olds putting their personal histories on stage. The goal for these writers and performers is transformation of […]

Citizen’s Climate Action Forum

This past Tuesday, February 3, Peterborough community members committed to “The Leap Manifesto” in order to tackle climate change through local action. The Citizen’s Climate Action Forum, organized by a number of local organizations, welcomed over 100 dedicated community members of all ages and walks of life with the aim of developing an action plan […]

Geek Day stardate: Thursday, February 11-Listen In!

So, there you are — sitting around a restaurant table with some friends, and friends of friends on a Sunday afternoon, eating hangover brunch. The conversation stays light and casual between bites of food as everyone recounts their nights, talks about the upcoming week, and whatever else floats into their Sunday brunch table brains. At […]

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Black Heritage Month: booklovers guide

Dixsons

Starting at Dixon’s Book Store, look in the fiction section for Our Sister Killjoy by Ghanaian poet and playwright Ama Ata Aidoo for $7.95. In the same section, search out Jamaican-born Canadian Olive Senior’s short fiction collection, Discerner of Hearts for $5.95. In their literature section, look for Trinidadian Sam Selvon’s Moses Ascending. Selvon spent […]

#BlackLivesMatter: the central problem with the #AllLivesAllMatter movement

6ac9e7be4d6fec12c57cfda6a04c6942_400x400

On Aug. 9, 2014, underneath the scorching sun lay the lifeless body of an unarmed black teen: Michael Brown, riddled with bullets. Amidst controversy, tragedy and hope, Black Lives Matter was born – a movement dedicated towards familiarizing our modern Western society with names of black men, women and children, all victims of state-sanctioned violence […]

Self-love in: The Year We Thought About Love

year we thought about love

Co- written by Lyne Dwyer Boston’s True Colors: OUT Youth Theatre is America’s oldest queer youth theatre. During the 2012-2013 school year, Ellen Brodsky took her camera into their rehearsal space. She found a group of 14- to 19-year-olds putting their personal histories on stage. The goal for these writers and performers is transformation of […]

Citizen’s Climate Action Forum

This past Tuesday, February 3, Peterborough community members committed to “The Leap Manifesto” in order to tackle climate change through local action. The Citizen’s Climate Action Forum, organized by a number of local organizations, welcomed over 100 dedicated community members of all ages and walks of life with the aim of developing an action plan […]

Geek Day stardate: Thursday, February 11-Listen In!

So, there you are — sitting around a restaurant table with some friends, and friends of friends on a Sunday afternoon, eating hangover brunch. The conversation stays light and casual between bites of food as everyone recounts their nights, talks about the upcoming week, and whatever else floats into their Sunday brunch table brains. At […]

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