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Word Matters

I’m working on me but I still have to do my day job.

[Note to the reader. TW: mental health and suggestions of self-harm]


Words matter. For my little family of five, words house us, feed us, and entertain us. I get paid to talk and write. During the academic year, I must craft almost four hours of spoken word a week; these words must teach, inspire, and encourage. The spoken words…




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LaToya Baldwin Clark

LaToya Baldwin Clark

Law professor. Teach and write about the law of educational inequality, property and the family. Mom of 3. Amateur artist. All opinions my own.

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