‘We’re all much more aware of time, because we’re just sitting still in it.’
Brooklyn native Allegra Alcoff recently ended her service as a Peace Corps volunteer. Told she needed to gather her things from her Zambian site for a trip back to the states, Alcoff paused to think about if that was what she really wanted to do.
The coronavirus is making Dr. Carmaleta Williams think about work in a new way.
Late last year, my wife and I packed up everything, said good-bye to our friends and family and moved just two hours away. Even though Kansas City is close to our beloved Columbia, it may as well be on Mars right now. Our new-found activities are on-hold due to the coronavirus. Until further notice thereContinue reading “Bloom Where You Are Planted: A Garden Memoir”