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By Harold N. Simone Weil says that friendship is a virtue, and Aristotle says that recognizing virtue in others is the basis of friendship. I agree that there is a bond between virtue and friendship. In Simone’s view, virtue is … Continue reading
Read and download the new brochure by R.E.A.C.H. Coalition’s Subcommittee on Revolutionizing Domestic Violence here: DV Brochure Final
This year in R.E.A.C.H. Coalition, we are focusing on the topic of Community Healing. We began the semester by “mapping” our communities and reflecting on both the need and the potential for community healing. Here are some of our maps:
You bring me shackles, I hobble to my destiny Head high Seeking always seeking . You bring me shackles My heart beats its beat Head high Yearning always yearning .
Unit 2: A Retrospective – A collaboration between students and faculty of Watkins College of Art, Design & Film, and prisoners in Unit 2 – the death row unit – at Tennessee’s Riverbend Maximum Security Prison in Nashville. February 27 … Continue reading
In this small painting on cardboard, Gary responds to Anne Carson’s novel in verse, Autobiography of Red. Here’s an excerpt from the poem: Eventually Geryon learned to write.His mother’s friend Maria gave him a beautiful notebook from Japan with a … Continue reading