Actually, there was a lot of good. COVID-19 just made it harder to see than usual. Robin Abrahams, who writes the "Miss Conduct" column in the Boston Globe asked people to write and tell here what we learned. She used two parts of my email in the "Learning to Be Grateful" and "Making the Effort … Continue reading 2020 Wasn’t All Bad
"Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen." - Winston Churchill Be the PebbleAct
Images can be more powerful than words and this week we will see how true this is when Joe Biden and Kamala Harris take their respective oaths of office. I’ve been asked “Can they do this safely in public”? The answer is “yes” But first, a bit about images.
We are in the midst of another @GOP lie. Every call to stop the impeachment process is disingenuous a best, more likely treasonous. Consider this: our nation's Capitol was attacked at the behest and call of the President of the United States. How is it wrong to hold him accountable? Republicans in Congress keep saying … Continue reading Divisive?
"This is not who we are". That statement is false. What happened this week in Washington is exactly who we are, at least when the “we” is white America. We have a long history of mob violence, white mob violence, being directed at either government or people of color. A prime example is the "Wilmington … Continue reading This IS Who We Are