Identity and social media

Recently, I tuned into a 1A segment on NPR about identity and social media. This particular program was about President Trump and his use of Twitter as a communication tool. Spoiler alert: While I reference the president and his tweets, this is NOT a political post. It is a post on how Read more…

Illness of inequity

Illness of inequity

I’m not sure which TV channel I was watching when I heard the words illness of inequity. As I observe our nation conversing about race relations in new ways, I hear commentary forging new perspectives. And it’s resonating with me… “We’ve got to stop with the speech blocks. Let’s discuss this. Read more…

Boston Strong start line

Boston strong

After taking my traditional winter break, I started running again this week. I didn’t bother tracking distance or calculating pace, I just ran. It felt good and it hurt at the same time, yet I know it’s all part of getting back to it. Hello running legs and lungs – Read more…

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Twitter tantrums

Anger and aggression in our socialsphere Recently, I was interviewed by a reporter from one of our local television stations. He was seeking a spokesperson on social media and communication, with a particular focus on youth-related tantrums on Twitter. While I spoke on behalf of communication in general, the segment Read more…