Category Archives: Equality for All

Discrimination, coexisting and moving forward

Every so often the light bulb goes on and there is a bit more understanding of how insidious, hidden, and malignant discrimination and hatred of others actually is. I am finding that the more educated and higher up in terms … Continue reading

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The Lessons of History

We started out the day with a great movie, ‘If Beale Street Could Talk.’ We had decided the night before to see the movie early on Saturday and I thus purchased the tickets ahead of time. The movie is very … Continue reading

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Equality, Education, and Healthcare for all is the answer

Years ago, in a high school history class, Mr. Grodhaus told us of a tradition in the United States, that of undervaluing education. For the life of me, I cannot recall the roots of that but it had something to … Continue reading

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A Neo-Nazi in Congress?

It is a beautiful day, albeit cold and near freezing. I got up and went about my morning routine, unaware of the nightmare that was continuing to bloom in my own back yard. I got a message from a friend … Continue reading

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Random thoughts on a really cold Sunday

I have some random Sunday thoughts here for the reader’s perusal. Yesterday, we saw ‘The Post.’ It did not disappoint. The performances of Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks were amazing. The story was just as I remembered; only even more … Continue reading

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