Tag Archives: racism

Change Begins in the Crib

Talk About It Ironically I’m working on an editorial about justice. Justice is what most us us are aching for and want with all out hearts these days. I’m convinced it begins in the home with every word and action we share with our children. Let’s do better. Please. Let’s do better. I raised three […]

Why Do Our Differences Divide Us?

Our Differences Ought Not Divide Us One thing you can’t help noticing in London is the diversity. It is common to hear three different languages in a matter of minutes while walking down the sidewalk. People are dressed in every possible type of garment. I do mean every possible type. The genuinely assorted culture came […]