Category Archives: Society

But That Was Then, This Is Now: Part 4: The Racial Wealth Gap

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“The Racial Wealth Gap: Two Reports on Income and Asset Disparity”

But That Was Then, This Is Now : Part 3 A Little Property History

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Slave-based Economy: Slavery Was the Source of White Real Estate and Power

But That Was Then, This Is Now : Part 2 Housing Inequality

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“Segregation Policies, Redlining and the Present Racial Housing Disparity”

But That Was Then, This Is Now : Part 1 Introduction

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“Racial disparity: Institutional Racism from Black Codes to the Present”

Covert Centralization?

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“ICE and the Justice Department: Covert Government Centralization?”

Finally Going to the Aldi!

20171216_224158The Aldi store has come to Austin, Texas! Or rather, to Pflugerville, but that’s close enough. When I read that it was coming I was thrilled, because on the Dutch International Cookbook/Kookboek Facebook page I regularly see posts by folks elsewhere in America and Canada showing photos of their Dutch and German finds in Aldis. Now it’s here, so today I decided to include a trip to Pflugerville in my list of errands. Continue reading

When I was a Kid : Showing my Age

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When I was a kid my mother was against school uniforms.

When I was a kid we emigrated to Australia in a BOAC plane that had to stop three times to refuel.

When I was a kid my parents rented a television for one night. They watched a movie that had something to do with a leaking submarine. Continue reading