Justice

Unless You Become Like One of These

Last Friday’s lack of school came easier. The predicted ice storm never came. Images of crashed semi-trailer rigs pointed to a storm that missed more than failed to arrive. Continue reading

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Blue Occupations, Black Bodies and Homelessness: An Interview with Jonathan Russell

┬áPastor lives matter. But, that is not the same as #blacklivesmatter. My friend Greg Horton confirmed that to equate pastor lives, an occupation, with black lives, an incidence of birth, is considered the Fallacy of False Equivalency. Or, you may consider it a False Analogy.… Continue reading

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Pledging Allegiance to People: An (Almost) Interview with George E Young Sr

Words take time to live into their full meaning. It may not always be the case. But, when it comes to the self-evident truth that all men are created equal it is hard to deny.… Continue reading

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Walk 150 Miles In My Shoes: An Interview with Blake Oakley

Blake Oakley arrived in Los Angeles today. He is on the other side of the Country from where he usually walks, often barefoot.… Continue reading

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So You Support Education in Oklahoma? Time for @OKJusticeReform

The current budget crisis in Oklahoma calls for education. This is quite the irony since education funding saw its share of cuts. But, the sort of education needed does not require sitting in a classroom in a local public school.… Continue reading

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