Racism from Another Lens

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As an English speaking white male married into a Mexican-American family, I’ve got a lifetime of experiencing racism and sexism from the lenses of people thinking I held the same broken views of people and the world. First hand, I’ve seen the hate and bias, learned to take action to … Read More

We are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike.

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After several days of being close and watching peaceful demonstrations and protesting, and rioting, looting, and violence, I feel compelled to share what I hope is evident in my daily actions. I’m a fan of all people, cultures, and experiences. My biases are toward assholes and unkind people; justice seems … Read More