Highlights of Hispanic Innovation from the US Patents & Trademarks Office
In conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month, the USPTO is recognizing some Hispanic Americans whose inventions contributed to the nation’s social and economic well-being.
Why I Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month – It’s Personal
Dr. King and His Dream are More Relevant Than Ever
Martin Luther King Day is special, a time when we reflect on our beliefs about equality, equity, inclusion, diversity, fairness, etc., and, as one of my colleagues said today, recommit to acting on them.
Great Article: Black History Month is for You, for Me, for Everyone
Black History Month is one of many opportunities for individuals and organizations to acknowledge the rich historical legacy of Black people.
I’ll Be Coming to Visit Mt. Vernon Methodist One Day
Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas was founded in 1865 by former slaves just after the Civil War. It’s still going strong.
Ally Ally Oxen Free (Time to Begin Again)
Without guile, sarcasm, irony, mockery, I-Told-You-So-ism, satire or derision, the message I wish to share today, inauguration day, is this Kingston Trio song.
Martin Luther King Day Haiku: Not Just a Dream
it’s not enough to “not be racist,” I must be anti-racist and actively involved in highlighting injustice and creating a better world, along the lines of “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem”.
Advice for Having the LIVELIEST Career
Advice for having the LIVELIEST career possible, compiled for an intern as she embarks on her journey. What would you add?
Your Eyes were on the Prize, John Lewis
I join millions of others in mourning the late Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis, a true American hero, and offer a simple haiku in his honor.
COVID-19 is Hard on Everyone: We’re Staying In, but Looking Out
It’s clear that these COVID-19 hardships aren’t going away any time soon. We are all, in a way, staying in, but looking out the window toward that future where things aren’t quite so hard.
Essay in Texas Monthly about Juneteenth by a Black Writer
Highlighting a gritty, moving and inspiration story in honor of Juneteenth.
Now is a good time for listening, and learning.
I hear you. #BlackLivesMatter
Freedom’s Plow – Wisdom from Poet Langston Hughes, Because Something Must Be Said
It has to be crystal clear where the Glover Gardens blog stands on racism and prejudice.
spring forward (a coronavirus poem for national poetry month)
In the winter of our COVID-19 discontent, spring is a reminder that resilience, empathy and love are the strongest contagions.
The Easter Butterfly
And then, all of the sudden, it flew away, wafting on the breeze high above the cypress trees, its wings fluttering a timeless message: fear not, only believe.
What the Car Saw in Spring: “Progress”
The story this picture tells is the relentless march of “progress” and how we continue to eradicate nature in favor of more and more and more and MORE cement and “convenience”.
TCM Classic Film Festival 2020 – Classic Movies are in My DNA
Conversations with my Dad about the meaning of classic films we watched helped to form my values and view of the world.
Truths from the Mouths of Babes
Crepo Elementary School fourth-grader Brandon Curbow tackled the timely topics of school safety and gun control while presenting his winning speech at the 24th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Oratory Competition.