Posts tagged "race"
While Chief Justice John Roberts may believe we’ve gotten past race in America, the trial of George Zimmerman for his confessed shooting of Trayvon Martin demonstrates; we haven’t. Each of us still carry the loaded luggage of our assumptions about the others. There is the assumption that a young person, a young person of a... Read more »
(All quotes are from the Chicago Tribune article of January 22, 2012) When I opened my Sunday Chicago Tribune to the headline, “Remap driven by race issues, self-preservation” I felt physically ill. A large gulp of hot black tea mixed with a dash of almond milk brought me back to my senses as I glanced... Read more »
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