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Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person

Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person I really loved this blog by The Feminist Breeder (TFB) so I’m re-posting it for your sheer enjoyment.  It goes well with the issues I’ve been discussing about INTERMARRY, namely, the intersection … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 25 from THE HARVEST of REASON) Sipping a cup of tea, staring at the field notes on her desk, Maddie could hardly believe she was on the trail of another possible resistance gene… READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at excerpts 1-24 in earlier Blogs ) Sipping a cup of tea, staring at the field notes on her desk, Maddie could hardly believe she was on the trail of another possible … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 23 from THE HARVEST of REASON) John had been in Puerto Rico for over two months. He had left at the beginning of the summer to supervise the harvest and had stayed for further processing and seed preparation…READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at excerpts 1-22 in earlier Blogs ) Part II Whither can a lover go but to the land of his beloved? and what seeker findeth rest away from his heart’s desire? To … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 22 from THE HARVEST of REASON) Monday morning John was in early, to make up for having lost half of Sunday due to a hangover. He had been in the cubicle in the back of Dan Gates’ lab most of the morning…READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at excerpts 1-21 in earlier Blogs ) Monday morning John was in early, to make up for having lost half of Sunday due to a hangover. He had been in the cubicle … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 21 from THE HARVEST of REASON) The cars were pulled up on both sides of the grassy street as Craig and Maddie arrived at the party on Saturday. It was a midsummer bash in full swing…READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at excerpts 1-20 in earlier Blogs ) The cars were pulled up on both sides of the grassy street as Craig and Maddie arrived at the party on Saturday. It was a … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 20 from THE HARVEST of REASON) Maddie didn’t decide whether she would go to the party on Saturday until Friday night. She went out to dinner with some of the Black Caucus members after a big meeting, and got embroiled in a philosophical discussion over the step-dancing rally. READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at excerpts 1-19 in earlier Blogs ) Maddie didn’t decide whether she would go to the party on Saturday until Friday night. She went out to dinner with some of the Black … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE. (Excerpt #6 from The Harvest of Reason). Maddie Hawkins entered Edgar Simms’ office on Monday morning and waited for Dr. Gates’ technician to look up from his desk. He was putting labels on packets of seed. He didn’t look up… READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at excerpts 1-5 in earlier posts) Chapter 2 In the ocean he findeth a drop, in a drop he beholdeth the secrets of the sea. The Seven Valleys   Maddie Hawkins entered Edgar … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE. (Excerpt #5 from The Harvest of Reason). At nine o’clock on Saturday night, Maddie walked out of a movie with Lisa, Savannah and Jean. They all felt it was too early to go home…. READ MORE

(if you’re here for the first time look at the excerpts 1-4 in earlier posts) At nine o’clock on Saturday night, Maddie walked out of a movie with Lisa, Savannah and Jean. They all felt it was too early to … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE. (#3 from The Harvest of Reason). Although forewarned, John was unprepared for his first meeting with the goddess. As he opened the door to Dr. Gates’ graduate student office READ MORE…

Although forewarned, John was unprepared for his first meeting with the goddess. As he opened the door to Dr. Gates’ graduate student office, he was confronted with the back of a laughing woman reaching her hand out for the doorknob. … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE. (#2 from The Harvest of Reason). John Pitts, a second year doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, walked up the steps of Linden Hall bright and early on Monday morning. When he opened the door to the main office, he caused a bit of a stir. Barb sighed, Jennie salivated READ MORE…

Chapter 1 To merit the madness of love, man must abound in sanity…  The Seven Valleys John Pitts, a second year doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, walked up the steps of Linden Hall bright and early on Monday … Continue reading

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