Technicolor Exposition of Diversity

by Leslie Anne Lee Technicolor Exposition of Diversity I would like to frame my thoughts by history. I think back over the various events in our nation’s relatively young past and I am struck by the fact that so much of the conflict we have been involved in has come not because of color, but…

The Immorality of Sugar Consumption

by Leslie Anne Lee When someone digs their spoon into a colossal triple fudge sundae the last thing on their mind is the morality of their decision. Food, especially food that satisfies the sweet tooth, is something that everyone enjoys. No one is more mindful of this than those putting the sugary sweetness into the…

History Defined

By Leslie Anne Lee One could argue that the subject of history is one of the most indefinable subjects that is studied. There are too many variables in how a historian can interpret, analyze, and critique. History is arguably determined by the perception of who is studying it. Josh Tosh writes in the first chapter…