Views of a College Student
Saturday, I had the opportunity to talk with a young woman who is a student at a local college. She is studying PR and Marketing and self described herself as “a black girl.” We got to talking and I asked her if she was from around here. Her answer kicked off a very interesting discussion. […]
“No More. We stand for equality and freedom and justice for all.”
My friend, Susie Dixon, wrote this on her Facebook page today and it is being reprinted below with permission. I will have a few more comments below……. “For all my friends who are outraged at all the “kneeling” and “standing in unity” during the national anthem at football games, I would like to share my […]
The Story of Two Chicagos…..
When I started my 20 + year career in banking, I had no idea that the housing and mortgage lending policies that the government had in place would make a place Chicago one of the most diverse cities in the U.S. but also one of the most segregated…..
Sit with the Pain
This is a tough week. There are people who are happy. There are people who are sad. There are people who are angry and vengeful. There are people who are scared, scared personally and scared for the nation. There are people who are absolutely terrified about what this might mean for their children as they […]