Black History Month

When I was about 10 years old, walking down a narrow sidewalk in a small town with my mom, an elderly black man came walking toward us. As he drew closer he tipped his hat and stepped off the sidewalk to allow mom and me to pass. We smiled at him, said hello and thank […]

Both Sides Now…

“A house divided against itself cannot stand.”, 1858, Abraham Lincoln “This is our basic conclusion:  Our nation is moving toward two societies, one black, one white – separate and unequal. . . This deepening racial division is not inevitable.  The movement apart can be reversed.  Choice is still possible. . . To pursue our present […]

May 2015

I ask you to read and reflect on the attached document below. It’s a process and struggle that continues today.  The reflection is from the 1960s – another chaotic time with major shifts taking place.  I believe it’s applicable and timely for the 2000s.  The facts, as we continue to see and hear, are multiple […]