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Reflecting back on the 2013 Boston Marathon
Sometimes tragedy affects you in the most unexpected ways.
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The enraged tweets and Facebook status updates began almost immediately—I first saw them late Tuesday night.
We can be angry about the photo, but it underscores an important context.
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This entry was originally posted in French on Meta-Media.fr.
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I was flying the day of the Boston Marathon bombings.
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First off, I’m an American. News of the bombing in Boston this past April made my heart alternately race and sink.
I grew up in the town next to the start of the Boston Marathon.
My family has a disproportionate love of Superman and I never quite understood why until recently.
By the 22nd mile of the Kampala Marathon last fall I realized I had reached the final limits of my body.
life is a matter of split seconds and there-but-for-the-grace moments.
In middle school there was a boy everyone made fun of.
*This was originally posted on 4/19/13 on my blog.
Last Friday night, as the country was transfixed by the manhunt going on in Boston, Dan and I found ourselves ripping apart Master M.’s
I still remember 9/11 vividly. At the time I had just moved to Maryland with my Brother and Mom.
I have this problem with platitudes.
You know what a platitude is even if you aren't familiar with the word — those meaningless flashes in…
Much has been written about Social Media's response in the hours and days following the Boston Marathon bombing.
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