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Baton Rouge Illustrates a Divided America

Today’s excellent New York Times article, In Baton Rouge, A City Divided Faces Two Different Tragedies, describes the history of racial injustice and current tensions in that city.  Although the situation is more desperate in many ways in Baton Rouge, … Continue reading

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Support for Black Lives Matter

A large, diverse crowd gathered at the State Capitol building in downtown Indianapolis last evening.  The protest was organized by several organizations, including the local Black Lives Matter group, Indy10. People were sad, discouraged, angry, tired and impatient.  I have always … Continue reading

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