Monthly Archives: January 2016

The “Silver Lining” of Racism

If you learn what to look for, systemic racism becomes painfully apparent in even the most well meaning of conversations. This morning, the first hour of the Diane Rehm show focused on the opiate addiction epidemic. ┬áThere was a guest … Continue reading

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Epiphany Reflections for the Black Lives Matter Movement

Today is the Epiphany, the formal end of the Christmas Season. According to the Gospel of Matthew, wisemen from the East who have followed the Star to Bethlehem pay a visit to King Herod, hoping that he is the right … Continue reading

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