By Jesse Crall While walking to my supermarket last week, I took notice of something new: Two stores hung signs letting passersby know that they were “minority owned” and supported Black Lives Matter. Other stores lining the block, presumably white owned or inclined to not take any chances, boarded themselves up to avoid possible damageContinue reading “Certainty”

Difficult Conversations

By Victoria Lynn Hall I’ve had some difficult conversations with my friends this week. Some of them were about politics or race but all of them were about more than politics and race. They were about expending the effort to really listen and hear each other, to understand and acknowledge the validity of each othersContinue reading “Difficult Conversations”