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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.

More Bad News About Unemployment Office in Missouri


Last week, I published this writing on those waiting on Missouri’s unemployed awaiting service and for claims to be processes: Holdon’s Horror–an entire week on the phone with Missouri Unemployment–and Still Representative is Answering Since Saturday night, Show-Me-State’s Unemployed have been … Continue reading

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“I don’t think that we can ever end ethnic and cultural divisions, and institutions like racism in the world, nor is it prudent to even try. What we can do, however, is to address these issues openly and honestly in the family of God and to stand out like a bright light in a world of division and sectarianism.”


An Introduction to “Crossing the Line” by Michael Burns April 15, 2018  /  Tammy Fleming by Michael Burns — Roseville, Minnesota, USA In 2007, my wife and I moved to Appleton, Wisconsin, with our twelve- and four-year-old sons to lead the Fox … Continue reading

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Poor People’s Campaign: Repair, Revive, Racism, Poverty, Climate Change, & Nationalism


Repair & Revive: Rev. William Barber on Fighting Racism, Poverty, Climate Change, War & Nationalism STORY JUNE 25, 2020 Watch Full Show This is viewer supported news. Please do your part today.DONATE TOPICS Racism Poverty GUESTS Rev. Dr. William Barberco-chair of … Continue reading

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Michael Burns — All Things to All People


All Things to All People (Michael Burns podcast) All Things to All People with Michael Burns Welcome to the All Things to All People pocast with Michael Burns, biblical teacher in the Two Cities Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We want to … Continue reading

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Right now, state and local governments are trying to figure out how to safely reopen schools with plenty of social distance … and, in some areas, a lot less teachers


Teacher layoffs are coming, and this teacher’s story shows how messy it can get Laura Clawson for Daily KosDaily Kos StaffSunday July 05, 2020 · 2:40 PM  RSS PUBLISHED TO Laura Clawson Daily Kos TAGS Budgets Education Layoffs Race Teachers Coronavirus BrooklineMassachusetts GracielaMohamedi Right … Continue reading

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Ronald Reagan’s presidency was one of the most destructive in U.S. history


Letters to the Editor: Ronald Reagan’s presidency was one of the most destructive in U.S. history Los Angeles Times Opinion•July 5, 2020 To the editor: Finally, the Teflon is coming off one of the most destructive U.S. presidents. (“Are Trump’s coronavirus … Continue reading

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SNOPES: Donald Trump controversially observed that he could shoot an individual on a widely trafficked New York City street and not “lose one voter.”


Below is Snopes’ take on the story, but what I find left out by SNOPES is that the comment is not so much on the voters but on the media empires and social media that were the enablers of his … Continue reading

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Trump: “I told you that I could walk down the main street of America killing people, and nothing would happen.”


How U.S. and Brazil Leadership That “Neglects Science” Led to Hemisphere’s Worst Coronavirus Crises STORY JUNE 25, 2020Watch Full Show This is viewer supported news. Please do your part today.DONATE TOPICS Brazil Coronavirus Healthcare Donald Trump GUESTS Marcia Castroprofessor of demography … Continue reading

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US Generals Want Confederate Names Taken Off Military Bases


Joint Chiefs of Staff Chair Breaks with Trump on Renaming Bases with Confederate Names JUL 10, 2020 The chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, broke with President Trump Thursday and signaled support for changing the names … Continue reading

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At least eight hate groups — including anti-immigrant and anti-LGBT organizations — have received loans under the Paycheck Protection Program.


Hate Groups Receive Federal Loans Under COVID-19 Stimulus Program JUL 10, 2020 Image Credit: cis.org Newly released data from the Small Business Administration show at least eight hate groups — including anti-immigrant and anti-LGBT organizations — have received loans under the Paycheck … Continue reading

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