To the Principal of Covington Catholic High School: FIX THIS.

When Ugly Racism Meets Quiet Dignity, the Responsibility to Shine a Light Belongs to All of Us Yesterday, I marched with thousands of others in the SF Women’s March, where we raised our voices for social justice and showed the world a wall of resistance against the oppressive authoritarianism that has gotten a foot-hold in…

Write every day: Day 2 of Summer

I’m only on my first cup of coffee so I’m not convinced that I have anything wise or interesting yet to put on the page.  I had a rough night’s sleep — tossing and turning. Insomnia, that uninvited and unwelcomed guest, visited again. As I grab my first cup of caffeine, I can’t stop thinking…

Resistance is a Sign of Hope

The president signed a tragic executive order yesterday, barring all people from certain Muslim countries from entering the United States.  It’s already having devastating effects for people arriving at our nation’s airports. Read about those who are being detained here. We, as a country and as a people, are better than this latest round of executive…