The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, where the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. relayed his vision of a color-blind nation, was commemorated this past week. And while MLK’s vision continues as a work in progress, here is an interesting point of view of how segregation went on for so long because most people […]


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Discrimination takes many forms. It can be based on any number of things. Race, sex/gender, sexual preference, family background, wealth, etc. None of it is right. Because the simple truth is that all human beings are created equal and should be treated as such in the eyes of other human beings. Any person who does […]


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It is a known problem. It is a serious problem. It has been for a long long time. I could never understand how someone could think any less of another person just because they are of a different color skin. But that is how it is.


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I caught an older lady staring at me earlier. And what did she do? She pulled her purse closer and started acting awkward. As I keep saying over, it is OK to stare especially if you find someone strangely attractive for some reason or another. But it is NOT OK to act weird when caught […]


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