Tag Archive: Racine

My Letter to the Editor of The Journal Times (Racine)

An example of a "fake news" ad published in The Journal Times

On October 25, 2017, the Journal Times Editorial Board stated the following: “Facebook needs to give a full accounting of that meddling and it needs to develop tools . . . to make Facebook and other social media more transparent…
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Virtual Learning & City Buses & Library Spaces

New CT Buses

How does one connect virtual learning, city buses and library spaces? Seems like an odd connection. But as we redefine our learning spaces (physical, digital and virtual), it is important to keep in mind how other things are impacted. The Racine…
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Beautiful Design Can Mask Hidden Flaws

A picture of the upstairs fireplace at Wingspread in Racine

Almost two weeks ago, I visited the Frank Lloyd Wright designed home in Wind Point, Wisconsin named “Wingspread” (you can visit free of charge). This beautiful home, one that is on the National Register of Historic Places, hides its flawed design…
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An Issue of Access to the Racine Public Library

Access to the Racine Public Library is difficult when you have to pay for parking at the meters.

Last week, I was named a trustee of the Racine Public Library. It is a role I take seriously. Access to the public library is a vital component of a community that should be championing equality for its citizens. I served…
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