Monthly Archives: January 2015

Speaking Through the Lens of Affluence – A Wonderful Life?

“I’ve had every kind of rotten job you can imagine growing up and getting myself through school,” said speaker of the house, John Boehner on TV’s 60 minutes, “and I wouldn’t have had a chance at half those jobs if … Continue reading

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The Timeless Power and Truth of ‘Selma’

I had the honor of attending a screening of the new film, Selma, last night. David Oyelowo is mesmerizing as Martin Luther King, Jr. in Director Ava DuVernay’s powerful and passionately crafted film . Brilliantly acted, never pious, the humanizing … Continue reading

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