Resource links at end of post. Juneteenth is a day on our home calendar that represents education and celebration. It is a day to remind ourselves of the atrocious delay in emancipating the last of the slaves, two years after the proclamation. A day to drink strawberry soda and look back through historical records of … Continue reading Juneteenth & Children in Cages
So the Census Bureau sent me a not-so-tidy stack of mailers. They threatened, cajoled, begged, and then called to do so again.— Amanda Salisbury (@shyjot) June 5, 2015 My household was to respond to the American Somethingorother Survey. Failing to reply, bad! Lying in reply, bad! Misdemeanors! Fines!— Amanda Salisbury (@shyjot) June 5, 2015 Hullaballoo! Never … Continue reading Revolution or Donuts?