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CTTTT members joined 2014 March on Washington.

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Dec 22 • 15 Views • No Comments

That old Christmas carol always spoke to me, especially the Whitney Houston version. It could be that the world is going to hell. But maybe we will all be redeemed. I...

Rockefeller Center Christmas holiday scene 2014

My Year-End Reflections

  My year-end reflections are all about thankfulness. A Cherokee friend, who celebrates Thanksgiving everyday, reminded me about...

Dec 6 • 198 Views

Colorful vegetables

Mixed-up Ethnic Thanksgiving Fare

Thanksgiving may be a uniquely American holiday but the people in my world always add ethnic vibes to the holiday menu. I know a lot about...

Nov 22 • 170 Views

Extended family pose in the garden ready for '60 Lessons from the Garden,' Saturday, Nov. 15, 8am-4pm, Cost $60 includes lnch, snacks, speakers, conference. contact

Lessons from the Garden

Lessons from the Garden will feature women storytellers and organic food at a Pre-Thanksgiving conference, set for Saturday, November 15,...

Nov 3 • 252 Views

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Chinese Exclusion-Inclusion exhibit at NY Historical Society, subway poster

Chinese in the Americas lecture

Nov 23 • 184 Views • No Comments

I was invited as a Guest Lecturer to Binghamton University (SUNY) recently, where I presented to a History and English departments multidisciplinary course called...

BBC Radio Producer Maggie Ayre received Prix Europa 2014 in Award in Berlin for Best European Radio Music Programme for 'Strange Fruit.'

Prix Europa Award to “Strange Fruit”

  Congratulations to Maggie Ayre, BBC radio producer, for winning the prestigious Prix Europa Award 2014 for Best...

Oct 27 • 323 Views

Sign board on a tree and a bench offers a place for peace and meditation at Columbus, Ohio community garden

Philanthropy is the new marketing – food activism

Philanthropy is the new marketing.  Take food activism. Our media team learned this lesson the hard way. This summer...

Aug 17 • 779 Views

Do you remember Ebbets Field in Brooklyn?

Brooklyn-Japan Baseball Program

The Brooklyn-Japan Baseball Program was our global natural disaster project with the Japan government, Long Island...

Jul 27 • 445 Views

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