The fallacy of a 21st century trade war is the reality of the 21st century American consumer.
Economic Realities in the Shadow of Innovation
The world is not what we think it is.
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Dear St. Louis
Dear St. Louis:
I look at you and see the birthplace of my father. Where my grandparents rest. Where my parents met and were eventually joined in union. Continue reading “Dear St. Louis”
Fifty years ago this month, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 passed.
The Great Invincible Father
The silent advisor. The stern lecturer. The strong leader.
The Sudden and Unexpected Life of the Educated Black Man
Black American progress and the culture of the youth are often at odds with each other, but what is seen by the majority as a problem might not actually be one.
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The Mother Who Was Always There: Maya Angelou 1928-2014
She nourished us. She protected us. She guided us.
She was not who gave birth to us, but she raised us all like we were her own.
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The words of others. The singular torment within.
The fear of walking through a door, knowing the pain that awaited on the other side.
The Patient Planet
Humanity’s greatest strength is its capacity for curiosity.
Humanity’s greatest weakness is its obsession with superstition.
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