The Pelau That Unites Us

By Aesha Duval On a recent drive home from work, I wracked my brain and mentally scanned the contents of my freezer and cupboards, trying to figure out what to cook for dinner. Then it hit me. I could make pelau! Pelau is a traditional rice dish of the French West Indies (Guadeloupe, Dominica, St.Continue reading “The Pelau That Unites Us”

Universal Design in Law Librarianship

We are more alike than different … but is different really a bad thing? by Aesha Duval This fall, I took a virtual Introduction to Special Education course at a local university. I took the class for a teaching certification that I was required to obtain back when I was a school librarian several yearsContinue reading “Universal Design in Law Librarianship”

Coping after a Disaster

By Aesha Duval Be prepared. Stay informed. Be vigilant. Those are the three main actions emergency response experts urge you to take when preparing for a disaster. But what about after a disaster strikes? After the flood waters have receded, the hurricane winds have stilled or the earth stops shaking, how do you cope withContinue reading “Coping after a Disaster”