Monthly Archives: June 2020

“Just People”, an essay on White Privilege

I wrote this as a response to an opinion piece in The Advocate/NOLA.com by Will Sutton, titled “Siri knows why Black Lives Matter. Do you?” (June 13). Mr. Sutton, to use your phrase, I’m unapologetically white. And old. In your … Continue reading

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We’ve Been Worried About the Wrong Sickness

President Trump – Enough with the tweets, enough with the tough guy act. Our country needs a leader now more than ever. We don’t need another blue-ribbon commission or task force. The peaceful protesters need to feel that justice will … Continue reading

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