Here in San Francisco, Super Bowl celebrations, parties, and festivities are planned over the next few weeks. I started reading this article, and these startling statistics remind me how important it is to teach and cultivate caring over competition.
I mentioned a line from a Carl Sandburg poem today to a CCSF professor and longtime activist: Continue reading Utilizing the Longview: Humans Must Never Be Grist for the Mill
Alaska, New Mexico and Maine are numbers 1, 2, & 3 in American domestic violence cases. Number 4 is a state I have visited: Vermont. For number 5 and the rest of the bottom 11, click here. January 20 2016 II – Half (an Hour) Continue reading Building Respect…. “Half (an Hour)” – On International Relations and Gender Equality
Image: “Laverne Liberty”.January 12, 2016. Screenshot , LaverneCox.com The phenomenon, trend and experience of transsexuality is connected to every facet of our lives. Unfortunately, even the quality and cleanliness of food we eat may have a role. Fortunately, even mainstream media seems to be presenting a more encompassing tele-vision of America (healthier, too) on our airwaves and fibers. We all need to see different kinds of … Continue reading Locating & Neutralizing our Inner Dumb Jock
I don’t agree with John A. Powell when the author writes that the unconscious mind is the seat of today’s bias- or inequality. However, this is full of MANY good points and ideas that NEED to be executed. It’s crucial we have a scientific basis for our decisions; can be sad, I bet, finally looking at the suffering of your neighbors and country with a … Continue reading Recognition of racism and slavery’s modern marks on us
On Prisons Originally published June 23, 2015 at Medium.com Continue reading On Prisons