Disability discrimination still runs rampant #ADA25

Denver tarmac My day was all planned out. I got up early to get my house ready for contractors to start a remodel, a remodel that was intentionally planned to start while I was out of town. I finished packing my bags and headed to the airport. I was flying to Washington DC to attend […]

Tuskegee and civil liberties

This summer, during out Southern History Road Trip, we visited the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic site.   I am a lover of history.  While I was a history major in college, my emphasis was Latin American history.  I knew basics of World War II history.  I began to learn WWII history in depth while living on […]

Coming Full Circle — Part Two

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the March for Jobs and Freedom on Washington, D.C.  During my family’s Summer Southern History Road Trip, my family visited a number of Dr. Martin Luther King historical sites.  We visited Atlanta, Montgomery and Birmingham.  We also visited Memphis, Tennessee and the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine […]