Daily Archives: May 14, 2020

What Makes A Bad Team Bad?

Often times we tend to want to think of success and look at how teams succeed and then do our best to mimic them.  That said, sometimes there is a great deal of worth in thinking about what makes a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Frederick Douglass: Freedom’s Force

Frederick Douglass:  Freedom’s Force, by Melva Lawson Ware Of the three books I read about Douglass’ life, this was the one that was the most complete and it is certainly an interesting and noteworthy one that is easy to appreciate.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Frederick Douglass (Journey To Freedom)

Journey To Freedom:  Frederick Douglass, by John Passaro This book gives what I would consider to be a brief and very standard review of Frederick Douglass’ life that is targeted mainly at younger readers.  Although such books are typically shallow … Continue reading

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Book Review: Great Americans: Frederick Douglas & Harriet Tubman

Great Americans:  Frederick Douglas, by Barbara Kiely Miller & Great Americans:  Harriet Tubman, by Monica L. Rausch This review is really a review of two books in one because both of the books were included in the same volume when … Continue reading

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