As the events of last summer unfolded, with the murder of George Floyd and so many others, I was struck by a sense of impotence. What could I do to make a difference? Could anyone make a difference? I am … Continue reading Potential
Recently, I was discussing COVID-19 with Christina Anounassar, a fellow mixie who resides in Canada. We were sharing opinions regarding the number of people of color not getting vaccinated, the historical legacy of medical experimentation and the resulting lack of … Continue reading When Compromise is Embedded in our Culture
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?