Monthly Archives: October 2012

Dia de los Muertos

Most Americans are familiar with “All Hallows’ Eve.” More commonly know as Halloween, we wear costumes, children canvas the neighborhoods ‘trick or treating’ and adults often host parties. Ghosts, zombies and skeletons have long been traditional Halloween characters. In Mexican … Continue reading

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Hero. Genius. Outcast.

I wrote about the film, Codebreaker earlier this year. It tells the story of Alan Turing, easily the 20th Century’s greatest thinkers. Turing wrote about and envisioned technology that was soadvanced in thinking, that we have yet to fully accomplish all of the … Continue reading

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CROSS ESTABLISHMENT COOPERATION

Social movements are fascinating creatures. They involve so many people of diverse backgrounds and opinions, even within a small minority. Movements of any kind are almost always plagued infighting and power struggles at one point or another.  Even with the … Continue reading

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Social Season is about more than being social

October kicks off the official social season for debutants nationwide. The LGBT community is no exception. Troup Consulting and its clients will be taking part across the board. On Friday of last week, the Gay, Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN) … Continue reading

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