I was determined not to tackle this subject, but hope is needed today. I still believe in the American democracy. I believe that the idea that the election was stolen rests on the fact that in urban areas blacks and other people of color voted in record numbers and they voted overwhelmingly for Democrats, especially... Continue Reading →
Children ask questions About "different" people. Your answers matter. Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #237: Answer and Question.
Commentators say that today people do not change their minds on issues, even when presented with the "facts." What is a fact? It is a statement that is indisputably the case, meaning a reality or a certainty. So, I started to think about some statements that I believe are indisputably real and certain. Here is... Continue Reading →
If you think that Douglas and I have not struggled with issues of race because we are an interracial couple, you would be wrong! When I think, "Those white people....," I have to remember, Oh, man, I am married to a white man and that not all whites think the same. When he says "the... Continue Reading →