Monthly Archives: January 2018






It’s the end of the week and that means that it’s time for the Freebie Friday. Today’s freebie is a video on how tobacco is considered sacred by most Native American tribes. The video talks about the way that tribes use tobacco and the reasons behind it. You can view […]

Freebie Friday: Tobacco is Considered Sacred by Most Native American ...



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So you’re here to learn how to live without math? I’ll explain how you can do so! You need to get to work by 9 am. Let’s say you are 10 miles away. Do you leave right at 8:50? I hope not. Because you obviously don’t know your math. And […]

How to Live a Life Without Math




We had someone write us a harshly worded Facebook message the other day, excoriating us for using this image. They were appalled, apparently, that in AzTech – a series of games about Central American and U.S. Latin American history – we would include the conquistadors. Now, mind you, the game […]

How History Works





“There’s no history of anything happening until it does. And then there is.” When we were writing “My Fight/Your Fight,” our editor asked if we wanted to start with an epigraph – or quote/sentence/saying to start the book. Ronda knew immediately what she wanted that quote to be – the […]

Making Our Own History