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Guest Post by Connie Schultz: "How Racists Talk About Tamir Rice"

This recent column by Connie Schultz is reproduced here with her kind permission. As a Catholic, I wait for something approaching her empathy from the bishops who have been been willing to take on the White House,  punish dissenting women religious, and wage battle in the courtroom to champion life in the womb. 920 more words


Finding a Christian Response

I am not ashamed to be a Christian—but sometimes the words and actions of other Christians make me feel as if I should be. And last weekend was one of those times. 894 more words


The Grandmother Effect (not scientific)

Yesterday my journey led me to Central City, Co. and a visit to my almost- crone friend. She is living with her daughter and four grandchildren, working at her job and helping to run the house so her daughter can finish her degree in nursing while she also works. 285 more words

Ferguson, Missouri is the reason I don't watch the news

Cable.  We don’t have it.

Dish Network.  We don’t have it.

Netflix.  We have.

Hulu Plus.  We have.

Why?  Aside from not being big TV watchers, things like Michael Brown and Ferguson, Missouri are why. 901 more words


Hello World:

This weekend, I had the pleasure of going to this conference.  If I had to describe it with one word, I would have to say that it was AWESOME.   375 more words

From Ergathon to Eastside Welcome Club

By Lisa Paul Sierk, YWCA Vice President of Advancement – In June 2010, Cleveland’s own Connie Schultz wrote an article for her column in the Plain Dealer titled, “ 310 more words

Youth Homelessness