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Articles for January 2015 

Jan 26, 2015

To e or not to e - that is the question

Suzanne Sanderson, Plymouth Librarian

They are at it again.  People are predicting the demise of the book.  We are moving to a paperless society.  Bookstores are closing.  Libraries will soon be a thing of the past.  Not so fast! I've heard it all before.  Television was going to kill off the movie industry.  Didn't happen.  Of course, things have changed.  The movie palaces closed.…  MORE >>

Topics: General

Jan 12, 2015

Confronting Racism

Suzanne Sanderson, Plymouth Librarian

Racism has been embedded in our institutions, but more than that: embedded in us. Think of the assumptions you make when you read articles in the newspaper, when you see a stranger in your neighborhood. It's like assuming that people who wear glasses are smart or boys who are tall are good at basketball.

I grew up with friends from different races and religions, ethnic backgrounds and…  MORE >>


Jan 5, 2015

Honoring the Body

Suzanne Sanderson, Plymouth Librarian

The all-Church theme this month is "Honoring the Body".  We are often told to treat the body, God's gift to us, as a temple - not a garbage can.  How many people make New Year's resolutions to eat more healthily, to exercise more?  At some time, we probably all do that, and a few people may even keep those resolutions.  

Back in May, I wrote an article called "Give…  MORE >>

Topics: Faith
Articles for January 2015