Last week’s post, subtitled the dilemma of choice, got me thinking anew about “choice” — from the act of it to the impact of it. I’m not sure where we’ll wind up at the end, but let’s get started. We’ll … Read More
Why is talking about race so hard?
Our post this week, on the 50th anniversary of the protest at the Winter Olympics, begins the conversation.
What do you remember from April, 1968? Do your memories revolve around sports? Fashion? Popular culture? The news? Politics? Who were you dating back then? Where were you in school? What do you remember from fifty years ago? Here’s what … Read More
Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the United States. It’s a national holiday (what Europeans refer to as a “bank holiday”) and as such schools, federal and state offices, and (yes) banks are closed. Today, you’ll find countless … Read More