Maybe you felt it; that gnawing, uncomfortable sense that some of those people outside your sphere may be right, while some you trusted and listened to are wrong, and worse, they lied to you. In a more heightened way, dominant, … Continue reading Walking Out of America’s Here
megt.artwork The article below was written by Meg Tysen, a sweet, intelligent, and talented 18-year-old artist and writer. She is a Biracial Amerasian young woman and daughter of a Japanese-born mother and an American-born father. Listen to her share her … Continue reading Stop Asian Hate
Beliefs are powerful because people act on them. We buy many goods and services based on our beliefs. Advertisers know this. Salespeople and politicians know this. Published ads inform us of danger, of real or imagined fears, to sell us … Continue reading At the Fork in the Road
I googled the word compromise. Here are the results: “1 – made vulnerable (as to attack or misuse) by unauthorized access, revelation, or exposure compromised data/passwords/accounts a compromised computer; 2-impaired or diminished in function: weakened, damaged, or flawed a compromised … Continue reading What Does the Bible Teach us About Compromise?
JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED! Finally, Derek Chauvin has been held accountable for what he has done, and we love to see it! This is a great step in the right direction for the United States; however, this is not the … Continue reading Justice Has Been Served
For those who may not know, before we had the first mixed race President of the United States (a fact that can and should be argued), the first Black congresswoman or astronaut, we had the Three Fifths Compromise. Often misinterpreted … Continue reading Three-Fifths of a Person. 100% of the Burden