Author: borkali

Study of White

As some of you know I’ve been studying white since the turn of the year and it has been a fruitful search — I have so many examples of observations around white, and I’ve had the pleasure of friends writing to me about their reflections of white and other fun surprises. I got white eggplants

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Naomi Klein on Coronavirus Capitalism

If you haven’t heard of Naomi Klein, you should check her out. Her latest collaboration with The Intercept is worth viewing: “Coronavirus Capitalism”: Naomi Klein’s Case for Transformative Change Amid Coronavirus Pandemic What ideas are lying around from our reading? I am thinking of Walt Whitman, Eugene Debs, and even what Marie Curie might be

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Craft in America

I have watched these two episodes of Craft in America and felt they are worth sharing during these isolating times: Craft in America IDENTITY episode Craft in America QUILTS episode My friend sent me these links a few weeks ago and I am glad I had them to lean on the last few afternoons. There

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What a Winter

Starting on a mountaintop in Poland at the end of 2019 and ending here in the Central Valley as coronavirus sweeps the globe: What a trip. What trips! I finished the session with 2,801 pages behind me– yahoo! As we move towards our spring session together, I think I’ll have to take a break from

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