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We hear about a lot of other front line workers, like restaurant owners, grocery clerks, and first responders. Health care workers are putting themselves on the line every day. As... Read More
The following resources may help you build your understanding about being more equitable and inclusive. Why jokes can be harmful: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/science-sushi/the-joke-isnt-funny-its-harmful/ Indigenous Land Acknowledgement resources: Here’s an ... Read More
Book by Robin Wall Kimmerer 2003 Oregon State University Press Book Review by EV Mel Langdon This enthralling collection of essays is at once wide-ranging and focused. Dr. Kimmerer... Read More
How many species? Well that depends – did you count the people? Ok, even focused on the stick, the actual number is not the important takeaway. Of course, when... Read More
Wonder what our Stevens Creek Field Trip would have looked like 120 years ago? I was curious and did some research. The entire property was purchased and developed by the... Read More