21 January 2013

MLK, Jr. Day 2013

Last year the spree of deaths in New Orleans urged me to write a piece on the importance of community and nonviolence.  This past Friday, Jan 18, I read a piece in the Star Tribune about an troubling incident at the local high school near the church I serve.  On Saturday I sat down and wrote the following piece which was published this morning on MINNPOST.COM.  I wrote it in someways as my own call to always be aware of the devilish and cunning evil of racism that is in my own life and in the communities I inhabit.

On King Day, Let's Turn the Racist at Washburn into a Transformative Moment.

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