View From the Top of the Box

I have been thinking about why I think the way that I do about race.  I am well- read on the historical origins of the social construct of race and current practice of its progeny, here being prejudice, stereotypes, white privilege and racial profiling.  I hear the stories and have been a part of my […]

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“Of Lions and Men: Mourning Samuel Dubose and Cecil the Lion

This New York Times article really needs no introduction. Roxane Gay has thoughtfully and exceptionally written in response to the recent murders of both Mr. Samuel DuBose and Cecil the Lion.  The connections made are striking and leave no one untouched.  I hope that her words contribute to our ongoing conversations on the social construct […]

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