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“WE CAN READ!” by Anna Elkins
And there on her doorstep, I had a revelation. When we tell our stories of gratitude—the anecdotes—we create the antidote ...
GOLD MEDAL MERMAID by Kelly Crowley
When you're the odd kid out at a small Catholic grammar school, you're destined to get picked last for every ...
HOW DOES A FLOWER DARE TO BLOOM by Ilse Noir
I was growing deeper and deeper into a funk. I stood there, wanting so badly to just jump in the ...
ISN’T THAT FABULOUS by Jenna Jolovitz
I knew no one, and no one knew me. I was completely anonymous. So I did it. Like a banana, ...
MEET A MUSLIM by Moina Shaiq
It was standing room only and it was pretty overwhelming. I invited people to ask me any questions that they ...
OF MEN AND A MACHINE by Anne Singer
You live in a city like New York long enough and you learn to ignore things. The urban cacophony – ...
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