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Freaks, Gleeks, Demarites, and Occupy Wall Street: a Five-Day Series

I. Comic-book Geeks My seventh grade homeroom was held in an art classroom containing three long tables with tall stools. When we wandered into junior high school that first morning, searching for familiar faces from our elementary schools, the art … Continue reading

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Reframing Bullying: Not Popular, but Powerful.

Lies Told to Bullying Victims Over the Years: A Compendium The people who torment you are popular, a word that means “well-liked.” If people whom everyone else likes find you unacceptable, then the problem is obviously you.  Of course, physical … Continue reading

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