In honor of National Poetry Month, I thought I would share the poem that started the Tru Story blog. When I first showed this site to my supervisor at the time, she said, "It's nice. But, is the entire site about you?" I didn't know how to respond at the time, but now I see … Continue reading Still in Love
It would be hard to have a conversation about success without mentioning Dick Clark. He is revered for his contributions to the music industry, but he was a lot more. He wasn't the world's oldest teenager for nothing. That connection with what is current while being respectful of what's happened before as well as his … Continue reading Rest in Peace Dick Clark
The last time I opened this blog up was to post a blog entry on inequality for Blog Action Day. I wanted to write about how inequality always adds this extra layer of crud on top of other issues. I wrote several examples from the past year or so in my journal. First I wrote … Continue reading What Peace Looks Like on a Thursday
Clipped from: news.gather.com (share this clip) Social injustice versus Racial injustice? That's the question that I keep trying to answer in my head. In fact, as more and more evidence, news, and views emerge about the Trayvon Martin case - I find myself with more questions each day. Question 1. Is this a black … Continue reading Trayvon: Social Injustice or Racial Injustice?