Author Archive

Social Distancing: I’m Missing the Hugs

Those of you who know me, know that hugs are a

Black History That We Were Not Taught: Another Perspective for Black History Month

Growing up in a Northern suburban school system, there was so

Safeguarding Martin’s Dream: January 2020

I have a dream that my four little children will one

Compassion for the Holidays

I was enjoying a leisurely afternoon as I sat on a

Safety for Our Children: Then and Now

NY. 1951. It was Saturday morning, and I was heading out

Preview 2020: The Values and Moods of Autumn

Neighbors’ lawns filled with jack-o-lanterns, skeletons and spiders herald the approach

Friends Across the Aisle

Don’t discuss religion or politics. That was the message we were

Affecting the Climate of Hatred One Click at a Time

Just this past week, I spoke with two friends about the

American Family Values, Myth or Reality?

Children in cages on US soil: American family values, myth or

Not a Mascot

“I’m a human being . . . I am not a