Now, Margo invites you on a spiritual awakening with poems and reflections from the heart in her book, In Search of Higher Ground. Whether you read her poems as a prayer to your Father or need help learning to see the hand of God in every situation, Margo's inspirational words and powerful stories will transform and revive your life through the guidance of the precious Holy Spirit.
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Add to Wish List. Toggle navigation Additional Book Information. Description Table of Contents Reviews. Summary In this book Adam Banks uses the concept of the Digital Divide as a metonym for America's larger racial divide, in an attempt to figure out what meaningful access for African Americans to technologies and the larger American society can or should mean. He argues that African American rhetorical traditions--the traditions of struggle for justice and equitable participation in American society--exhibit complex and nuanced ways of understanding the difficulties inherent in the attempt to navigate through the seemingly impossible contradictions of gaining meaningful access to technological systems with the good they seem to make possible, and at the same time resisting the exploitative impulses that such systems always seem to present.
Banks examines moments in these rhetorical traditions of appeals, warnings, demands, and debates to make explicit the connections between technological issues and African Americans' equal and just participation in American society.
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He shows that the big questions we must ask of our technologies are exactly the same questions leaders and lay people from Martin Luther King to Malcolm X to slave quilters to Critical Race Theorists to pseudonymous chatters across cyberspace have been asking all along. According to Banks the central ethical questions for the field of rhetoric and composition are technology access and the ability to address questions of race and racism. He uses this book to imagine what writing instruction, technology theory, literacy instruction, and rhetorical education can look like for all of us in a new century.
Just as Race, Rhetoric, and Technology: Searching for Higher Ground is a call for a new orientation among those who study and profess African American rhetoric, it is also a call for those in the fields that make up mainstream English Studies to change their perspectives as well. This volume is intended for researchers, professionals, and students in Rhetoric and Composition, Technical Communication, the History of Science and Society, and African American Studies.
Table of Contents Contents: Looking for Unity in the Midst of Madness: The Sabine River, which meanders through the entire park, crisscrosses this trail throughout. Lost Maples has a picnicking area for day visitors, several creeks for fishing, wildlife observation areas, and even some off-trail climbing opportunities.
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Birds of all kinds are in abundance, especially so for cardinals. Their beaming red feathers were everywhere. If watching vultures swoop high over the hills at sundown is your thing, Lost Maples is also a prime spot for that. There are even a few hidden treasures.
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In the middle of the West Trail is the hidden Mystic Canyon, which is best seen from southwest corner of the park, where the trail juts north. This is where you'll find the most popular campsite, a spot at which fishermen routinely set up camp.
Climbing it is possible but not recommended. One of Lost Maples' many picturesque views.