Tag Archive: social justice

Unheard Voices

“They deserve more than just being a choice, for they are loved, we are their voice…”

A Little Dancer: Edgar Degas and His Controversial Work of Art

“Her bony arms and legs are shaped by hard work and practice; her shoulders are straight and her stance is dignified. There is a look of what some would describe as haughtiness or defensiveness on her upturned face, and her eyes are closed…”

The Song of White Swan Flying

“From beyond the clouds, Grandfather sky calls out my name, ‘Take heart, my son, our time has passed, but it will come again…'”

Where Your Treasure Lies: A Spiritual Reflection on an Election Year

“Store up your treasures in Heaven, for where your treasure lies, there also lies your heart, and no vote can ever take that away.”

Less Than Human

“They will be shunned and shackled every step of the way…”

He Is Who He Is: A Review of Bernie Sanders’ Visit to Gettysburg College

“I had the intriguing experience of attending a town hall meeting hosted by Gettysburg College. The guest of honor was none other than the ever-eye-brow-raising Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont…”

Reaching for the Sky: The Story of the Tuskegee Airmen and the Pilots of the Caribbean

For Black History Month: Read this fascinating story of the Tuskegee Airmen, African Americans who served their country in WWII in the face of racial prejudice, and the Pilots of the Caribbean who courageously served the British Crown in the RAF.

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