Demystifying Technology · Digital Inclusion · Digital Literacy Reconsidered · Reflections

Summer Explorations: Random Thoughts Related to Digital Inclusion

When summers go well, they end up less about specific, urgent to do’s, and more about random thoughts fostering summer explorations, and ultimately new avenues towards social justice. Here are some random thoughts related to digital inclusion coming from notes, papers, books, and conversations hanging out in my office… Digital Inclusion and Equity is part… Continue reading Summer Explorations: Random Thoughts Related to Digital Inclusion

Faith · Reflections · Social Justice

My History, My Present

Learning about my history has been part of my life from my youngest remembrances. From the German-speaking church I attended until the 2nd grade, to the regular family gatherings with the Wolske’s, Kublick’s, Henkelman’s, and other blood relatives, to K-12 school homework assignments, my German ancestry has been at the forefront of storytelling and more… Continue reading My History, My Present

Reflections · Social Justice

Democracy and Popular Mobilization: Notes from Francis Fukuyama

Earlier this decade I realized that I needed to [re-]introduce myself to alternative political perspectives on justice if I was to improve my professional and personal goals of collaborating with an increasing diversity of people in order to achieve a more just society. I found James Sterba’s book, Justice: Alternative Political Perspectives a good starting point in that… Continue reading Democracy and Popular Mobilization: Notes from Francis Fukuyama