Archive for July 2020

Chicago Public Schools needs a remote-learning plan for all high-school students first quarter

Every day of this pandemic, the question I ask myself is, “What matters today?”  As Chicago Public Schools inches much too slowly to make a decision about how the school year will start, the answer to that question about what matters is simple: our health. The last four-and-a-half months have proven to be a complex... Read more »

The eulogy for my father who looked beyond his circumstances and loved norteño music

The eulogy for my father who looked beyond his circumstances and loved norteño music
How wonderful that we can gather to celebrate the life of our father, this husband, this grandfather, this great grandfather, this father-in-law. We thank family and friends who have expressed love and support during this difficult time. As a family, we face a situation none of us imagined. We all knew this day would come.... Read more »