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(Re)telling the Story of the Sand Creek Massacre from Cheyenne and Arapaho Perspectives

A ten-year journey with History Colorado to build more authentic partnerships with Cheyenne and Arapaho peoples and communities, based on mutual respect.

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A Hero for Our Time

Walter Moss: A Review of “Bonhoeffer: Agent of Grace.” How much more heroic he was than the so-called present-day super-heroes of comics or films.


If I Forget: The Holocaust, Zionism and Historical Memory

If I Forget is a mordantly funny tale about a Jewish family and an American culture at odds with itself, which makes the battle of ideas all the more powerful and more relevant than ever.

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“No More American Thanksgivings” and Other Essays

Glen Ford was one of the foremost critics of “black faces in high places,” who sell out the interests of their constituents for petty fame and privileges.

According to the Chorus

What Do Chorus Girls Do Backstage?

“According to the Chorus” put us in mind of experiences of living through the AIDS epidemic that gripped the nation in the 1980s.

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Old Man Thinking at Thanksgiving Table

Aversion to misery is one aspect of aging and another is feeling oppressed by material possessions. Too many books, pictures, shirts, souvenirs, gadgets, and gizmos.