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Race --- across the road.

Today, as I pulled my car out of a gas station parking lot to turn onto a six-lane road, I locked eyes with a black man, on foot, heading in the same direction. 209 more words

Equality

Fragile

William Desmond, a Harvard Law student, and apparently a victim of a post-modern text generator, writes in The National Law Journal:

Although over the last few weeks many law students have experienced moments of total despair, minutes of inconsolable tears and hours of utter confusion, many of these same students have also spent days in action—days of protesting, of organizing meetings, of drafting emails and letters, and of starting conversations long overdue.

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College

A Peace Prayer for Ferguson

BY REV. JAMIE HASKINS

GUEST CONTRIBUTOR

With Ferguson, Mo., in mind, Westminster’s Director of Spiritual Life offers hope and a prayer. 194 more words

Furguson

Ep. 58 Are People Listening Or Hearing You?

Are people listening to you talk or hearing you talk? Bennie dives into the major differences between the two and are current worldwide protester’s voices being acknowledged with action or just being heard as noise.

The Image Podcast

Watch SNL’s sketch about Ferguson that was ‘cut for time’

Saturday Night Live has released an un-aired sketch that addresses the situation in Ferguson.

In the sketch, two Ferguson-area news anchors are completely distressed by what’s happening in nearby Ferguson, and rather be talking about anything else. 35 more words

News

Stay at home, you infernal ladies!

Today I am deeply saddened by the denial of justice to Eric Garner and his family. The fact that this decision was handed down while the public has access to video footage of the murder shows a truly frightening disregard for even  761 more words

About Ferguson - Things I Told My Sons

Racism exists in this world. That’s an indisputable fact. America has waged a long and largely successful struggle against institutional racism but if you look you will be able to find instances where you can rightly point to someone who has been treated badly solely because of their race. 563 more words