In the last decade, Critical Race Theory (CRT) has moved into near-ubiquity in academic, corporate and government institutions. Many schools, universities and local governments have adopted “inclusion and diversity” policies based on CRT. Diversity training is one of the mainstream manifestations of CRT.
Eric Metaxas in his enlightening and exciting book If You Can Keep It: The Forgotten Promise of American Liberty. Metaxas takes readers through important events and introduces us to some lesser-known heroes who helped shape America’s founding principles.
The November 2020 election shined a glaring spotlight on the need for election reform because so many discrepancies occurred in numerous states, counties and cities. Georgia is leading the election reform charge with its passage of the 98-page “Election Integrity Act of 2021.”
Professional community helps by offering to be guest speakers in online classes.
High school students are given a chance to grow in their talent and distinguish themselves as artists at the annual Music Center Spotlight Competition.
Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day sometimes are confused with each other because they both honor veterans.
On any given day, skateboarders can be seen riding around the city of Thousand Oaks. The city has a vibrant skate culture, and perhaps to the surprise of many, the sport helps teach independence and good personal habits — in addition to being a lot of fun.
The most important questions prospective birth mothers often have when placing their babies with an adoptive family are about the families themselves. Open adoption, or a semi-open adoption, allows birth parents to get to know adoptive families before and after the adoption.
What choosing adoption looks like from the biological parents’ point of view.