Category Archives: Justice

It happened after the Super Bowl. Why is this different?

It’s difficult to imagine any fans abandoning their teams because some people committed crimes in a way that was adjacent to the culmination of the season. In fact, as far as I can tell, the fact of this lawlessness did nothing at the time they occurred, or in the years since, to tarnish the achievements of the teams that prevailed.  Continue reading

Posted in Equity, Justice, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

What we won’t admit about Racism

When my mother was suffering from her disease, everyone who surrounded me was supportive, compassionate and generous. They asked me what they could do to help. They sent over meals for her and my Dad, they sent cards, they called often to check on her and on our family. Because she was sick, with cancer, that’s what you do. Continue reading

Posted in Equity, Justice, Personal Best, Reflections, Uncategorized | 2 Comments