Category: Archive

On The Road: The Civil Rights Struggle Continues

This month I am writing from the road as I travel the United States’ South and Midwest and various cities and townships of Ontario, Canada touring with Inland Empire educators and parents on the Black Voice Foundation’s...

On The Road: Some Meditations on Freedom

This month I will be writing from the road as I travel the United States’ South and Midwest and Western Ontario, Canada; first at the Brown Family Reunion and then touring with Inland Empire educators and parents on the Black...

The Great IE Brain Drain

As the graduation anthem “Pomp and Circumstance” fades into memory until the next commencement season and the most recent Inland Empire college graduates return their caps and gowns and look towards the future, I find it...

Sins of our Forefathers

Above: St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church service in San Bernardino. “Too often in America the legacy ideas and beliefs of the past are holding us back from the promise of the future.” -Tech Entrepreneur Aaron Levie On...

My San Bernardino, a City of Hope

My San Bernardino is not a perfect place. It is no utopia. But all of its schools are not subpar. Methamphetamine is not “everywhere.” Nor are “meth spas” simmering under every freeway overpass, or bridge. The homeless are not...

Community Dreamers

I spent some quality time this weekend with my nieces Jordan and Peyton. We started with breakfast, spent an hour shopping for books, and then ended our special time with a movie…Tomorrowland. Peyton, age 7, said it was great....

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