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Shell Island

Located at the far end of Petite Côte – a stretch of coast in Senegal - is a small fishing village known to locals as Joal-Fadiouth. Around the world, though, it’s known as Shell Island.  Joal sits...

Reading Is Power

If you’re reading this, you are privileged. Why? Because you have the incredible ability to read. Everyone who can read and write grew up with a person or group of people in their life — whether it...

Juneteenth 2020

Juneteenth is just around the corner. With celebrations starting in 1865, the holiday is the oldest nationally marked commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. June 19th, (known ...

The Simb & The Virus

If presented the opportunity, life has a way of connecting experiences and cultural events. Lately, I’ve been thinking about the recent Coronavirus outbreak and it reminded me of The Simb. Accordin...

Tips for homeschooling and storage solutions

I was reading Ana Homayoun on NPR the other day and loved her advice for homeschooling. Ana Homayoun is an educational coach for students in the Bay Area and here are her top tips for parents who s...

For The Greater Good

There’s no denying that we are living in unprecedented times. I’ve heard that description a lot lately, and it couldn’t be more true. The Coronavirus pandemic has struck people and communities in u...