The Tough Work of Digging Up the Roots

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Why am I writing this article? I question everything, a lot. I especially question myself. I research, I observe, I participate, and then I question myself some more. This is especially true regarding my writing. I will be thinking about a topic that I care deeply about and want to write about. I ask myself, “Am I adding anything useful to the conversation?” I do not write with a grandiose opinion of myself. I realize my…

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Constantly curious, dog-loving, anti-racism, politically progressive, book-loving, vegan lady. I want to keep learning every day, exploring other points of view

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Aunty Jean

Aunty Jean

Constantly curious, dog-loving, anti-racism, politically progressive, book-loving, vegan lady. I want to keep learning every day, exploring other points of view

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