This week in between listening to news clips reporting on the Derek Chauvin trial and the events surrounding the death of Daunte Wright, I’ve been thinking about the difference between action and intent. Millions of us have watched portions of the video showing Chauvin, the police officer, kneeling on George Floyd’s neck. We witnessed theContinue reading “The Plague by Albert Camus Teaches Valuable Lessons”
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A Quiet July 4th in Annapolis, Maryland USA During the Pandemic
This year in Annapolis, capital of Maryland, there was no July 4th parade featuring local politicians, floats with hula dancers, fire engines, candy tossed to waiting children, soldiers marching, bugles and drums.
In Search of Unity, What New Statues and Memorials Shall We Build?
Now with so many people unemployed – many of them artists and historians—we have the opportunity to create and fund works of art that will unite the country.
Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes – Keeping the Peace in Our Communities
I once spent several hours on a “Ride Along” with a Police Officer. I got a small taste of what part of one day feels like for a member of the police department…