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women's soccer

Elizabeth Lambert, Part 2

The Elizabeth Lambert story has captured tremendous mainstream attention and generated some good conversation (and some garbage, of course). After posting my own response, reading widely and talking intently about the video, I believe that there are two really helpful questions we should be centering our discussion around: In this hypercompetitive society, what do we […]

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the Maker, self-portraits

Boy House Rules

One of the Maker’s self-portraits In 2003 my house was insane. Our boys were 7, 5, and 3. Loud, dirty, and broken was the theme in our little suburban casa. One day after some routine parenting repeating something for the eight thousandth time, I realized I was becoming a rulebot. I began to form this […]

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