Month: June 2020

  • Reflections For Father’s Day 2020

    Remembering my dad after his death 50 years ago My father died in 1968, sitting in his recliner, popping M & M candy, and watching TV. These days I am doing pretty much the same thing he was at the end, except my sugar of choice is Famous Amos cookies. He and I also share […]

  • If We Are White, Will We Ever Get It?

    A lifetime of white privilege, along with personal obliviousness, blinds us As a white man, I have been racking my brain. What can I write during days of protests and nights of violence after the police murder of George Floyd? Maybe, nothing. Or at least very little. In the same way that I refuse to […]