Articles written by: Lindsey Thompson

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Book(store)s for Black History: A look into local bookstores (and other resources) to enhance your anti-racist library.

Bookstores, for me, have always been a place of comfort. With shiny new spines or worn and tattered ones, the smell of books and the muffled quiet are like home for a worm. For Black History Month, here are two stores to furnish your anti-racism library and expose you to […]

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Rereading the Great Gatsby: An underrated classic offers the chance to relearn how to read.

Literature has a way of bringing impossible things to life with your own eyes and your very own imagination. You are the one to create the images; the words just guide you. I have always loved reading, since the first ever book was read to me on a parent’s lap. […]