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There Are No Others: Thoughts on Philando Castile, Alton Sterling, and the Dallas Police Officers

What will it take to believe it? On weeks like this one that just passed, I feel emotionally raw. The killing. All of it. Being against being. It fills me with pain. For Alton’s family. For Philando’s family. For all … Continue reading

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Core Beliefs can Kill or Heal

This week’s events in France illustrate how core beliefs can kill. They can cause great devastation both to the believer and to those whose beliefs clash with the believer. The cost is high. Individuals symbolize solidarity in beliefs by changing Facebook profile pics, … Continue reading

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Healthy vs. Unhealthy Media Messages

I’ve been working on this book for young people on media literacy which is a big focus of the Common Core. (If you’ve been hiding in a Tibetan Cave, the Common Core is the latest national attempt at early education in … Continue reading

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