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“…think how meaningful it can be to learn early on that people have a right to self-determination, to define their own reality, to claim their own identity—and that you have no right to impose your judgment of them, on them.”

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Quotes

And so he says, "Same-sex marriage is the mark of the beast."

I realize that by posting the following, I will send more readers to a specific post that I believe is so profoundly theologically flawed that it is dangerous.  1,175 more words

Reflections On Certain Things

Tim Wise: The Surprising Importance of Business Storytelling

https://samuelosborneinternational.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/tim-wise.mp3

I know what you’re thinking.

Tony Barber from Sale of the Century.

Allow me to explain.

But first, a nursery rhyme:

There once was a wise old owl, and the less he spoke the more he heard, and the more he heard the less he spoke. 475 more words

Blog And Podcast

Squeaky Wheel

There’s an old saying: “The squeaky wheel gets the grease.”

In light of what happened in the aftermath of the homicide of Freddie Gray in Baltimore and the subsequent uprising, which brought on all the media attention and national debate, one thing is clear the residents of Baltimore ‘squeaked’ and now folks all over the country are paying attention. 480 more words

Culture

Tim Wise-'White Like Me' Documentary

An excellent documentary from the always on-point Mr. Tim Wise. It really gets to the heart of the matter regarding the cancer of racism, and how it has affected every segment of a mostly civilized society. 53 more words

CONTROVERSY

Over-represented Jews are Offended at Underrepresented Whites

Despite being over-represented in key institutions all over America, often by as much as 47 times at Harvard for instance, Jews still have their media and spokespeople telling the population the problem is white privilege. 179 more words

Godawful Horrifying News

White Like Me

This documentary is based on the book “White Like Me” by Tim Wise. White like me is a 69 minute long documentary based on the main themes of race and racism. 834 more words

Film Review