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November 6, 2017
Learning More About My White Privilege

A one-woman show by Mexican/American, Irma Herrera, and a film about civil rights and labor leader, Dolores Huerta (pictured here,) made contributor, Bev Scott reflect once more on her white privelege.
 
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August 11, 2017
The Lone Ranger was Black

Contributor Bev Scott writes about how her attendance at a writers' conference further opened her eyes about the subject of cultural bias in history.
 
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July 27, 2017
Census: U.S. is aging, growing more racially diverse

The proof is in the numbers: the United States is not only growing more diverse, but residents 65 and older now make up 15 percent of the population. As "boomers" continue to join those ranks, what better time to connect with your fellow members and  discover how you can make your impact in the coming years!

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April 28, 2017
Next Stage: Humanizing Gender Complexity
Gender complexity is an issue many would rather ignore than acknowledge. Contributor Bev Scott writes about how her attendance at a theater production shed a compassionate light on the subject as a family grapples with the issue.
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June 21, 2016
Broad Way to Win on Broadway: Seasoned Actresses Take Top Tony Honors
Brava! There’s no business like show business, especially for seasoned stage actresses this year. The 70th annual Tony Awards claimed a diverse cast of winners, contrary to the Oscars. The Great White Way was a rainbow beacon of color on Broadway’s biggest night. The American Theatre Wing Tony Awards are named for Antoinette Perry. She was an actress, director, producer and leader of the ATW.
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