On Saturdays, my wife and I just get in the car and drive. We generally have a couple of errand that we want to run; and along the way, we stop for coffee and remember a few more errands and ...
is or should be a sacred task, particularly when dealing with young people, not adults
I have taught in classrooms those from 7th grade through high school.
I have been a guest teacher in colleges ...
I read those words of Bryan Stevenson, from p. 289 of his magnificent book, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption , which has been the source of several of my recent posts here, and began to ...
As the conflict in Gaza raged this summer -- as each day brought reports of more Palestinians dead and injured, more Israelis injured and living in fear of the worst, more Internet screeds and ...
How often have we heard this refrain?
But her attempt at an amendment that would strip the Wall Street clause out of the budget was blocked by Reid who, along with Obama, argues that the compromise ...
He's in charge of our laws, you know.
Hateful man Robert Keller is going to jail for one year. All because a bi-racial family took his expletive-laden letter directed at their 13-year-old black son the wrong way.
A federal judge ...
This photo makes me physically ill. I experience a jolt of emotional trauma looking at it because it is erasing so much with it's imagery.
I wanted to quickly share a moment over the holiday weekend when I felt my own white privilege. I was driving in southern New Mexico with my wife and two kids - all of us white - and came up to ...
When is a threat not a threat because it is freedom of speech?
"There's one way to love you but a thousand ways to kill you. I'm not going to rest until your body is a mess, soaked in blood and ...