Last night the anger still burned in me as I reflected on the events of the day. In some respects it was a normal day, the normal interruptions of neighbors stopping by and staff popping in with questions. The thing about […]Continue Reading →
There were 22 of us the other night gathered in the upper room of a church. Many of us had never met before. A common desire for justice and action drew us together. There were teenagers, young professionals, and mothers with babies. We were there for a training to get out the vote in […]Continue Reading →
A year ago today, December 18, 2010, was a rough day for me. A week before Christmas—and four days before I planned to ask my girlfriend (now my wife) to marry me—I had plenty of reasons to be joyful, but on that Saturday, my heart was heavy with grief.
After having been introduced repeatedly […]Continue Reading →