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Introduction to this blog
Tag Archives: Race Relations
This is a good time of year for watching movies. My movie recommendation for 2020 is Hamilton: An American Musical. What a year this has been! Impeachment, covid, lockdowns, George Floyd riots, the 2020 election. Hamilton is an important story … Continue reading
This post is a memorial to Secoriea Turner. It is my personal Black Lives Matter protest. Secoriea’s life mattered. Secoriea Turner was eight years old when she was shot in Atlanta, Georgia, on July 4. She was riding in a … Continue reading
Since the tragic death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, we have seen nationwide protests, riots, and calls for change centered on racial issues. There are rallies and discussions in my town of Cambridge, Vermont. In that context, consider … Continue reading
Several local churches are sponsoring the following online discussions about race relations this summer: Summer Forum Series: Is There a Path to Racial Reconciliation? The first event was today and the two guest speakers were Vermont Senator Randy Brock and … Continue reading