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    Thoughts on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream

    Today we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. a man of great conviction and great courage who, along with his compatriots, remade race relations in this country.  Although many would say his dream is not fully realized (the higher rates of poverty and incarceration among minorities support their position), we have come a long way from […]

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    The conversation we could be having

    Henry Louis Gates was arrested in his home (or in his front yard) for being rude and belligerent to police. (Or not, as he tells it.) The ensuing brouhaha is supposed to spur a conversation on race. Except that it really doesn’t seem like race had anything to do with it. I think Dr. Gates […]

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    A question of justice

    Unequal weights and unequal measures are both alike an abomination to the Lord.Proverbs 20:10 Whoever sows injustice will reap calamity,and the rod of his fury will fail.Proverbs 22:8 One of the many piercing statements from a thoughtful post on the situation in Jena: “For my white (or Asian, Jewish, Hispanic, Indian or Arab) brothers and […]

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