Breathing is hard this morning. My heart lies heavy in my chest and tears well in my eyes. I feel immobilized by hurricanes, earthquakes, and the unimaginable devastation left in their wake. I am horrified at the looming threat of… Read More ›
Seven years ago this month, I moved to the former capital of the Confederacy, Richmond, Virginia. I didn’t expect to like it. It didn’t take long, however, before I was enthralled with the region’s history. From the Native Americans who… Read More ›
When Supreme Court ruled for federal marriage equality, I was with 5,000 marriage equality supporters in Portland, OR. What could be better?
In her Academy Award acceptance speech, Patricia Arquette, made the error of exclusion, even in her attempt to advocate for equality. In a clearly crafted statement, she said, To every woman who gave birth, to every taxpayer and citizen of… Read More ›