What is it that makes a few city blocks feel like a neighborhood? Of course, the schools, churches and businesses matter. But underneath those infrastructures, within those buildings, living and working and laughing and arguing, are the people. People who have gifts and needs and hopes and fears and dreams alongside other people with all […]
Here’s the truth: diversity is hard.
Do we let our child cry herself to sleep or comfort her because she’s expressing irrational fear over the sounds of the radiator? This is a question that two different parents, that would be Darcie and I, come at from two different angles.
Our last play at Teen HYPE, focusing on the […]
(This post originally appeared on www.DismantlingWhiteousness.com on September 21, 2017)
So, I wanted to write a stellar blog-post about the challenges of Detroit that I’ve come to see, now living here for a year. I want to write a whole piece about over-privilege and arrogance and delusion and racism and the profitability, both economically and politically, of negative […]