You answered questions muddled in my head in a very sober rational way. The histrionics, the static noise, around this issue gives the perception of retribution and getting even. You wrote it well. I understand clearly now how black privilege is about justice.


New York Times Opinion presented a video essay, Stop Pretending “This is not Who We Are” (https://www.nytimes.com/video/opinion/100000007538961/capitol-riot-america.html). It was sharp, critical, and non-partisan. Its progressive lean remained clear by featuring Raphael Warnock, Georgia’s first black senator at the end of the video.

If there was one thing I could have…


I would have liked to open this essay with the line qualifying I am for BLM but not for violent riots. Wouldn’t I only open up myself to debate that would divert me from my discussion points? In any case, let me just share that my opening sentiments were spurred…


Fr. Horacio de la Costa, S.J., one of the foremost Filipino historians of his time, was a product of the first American Jesuits who took over the Philippine province from the Spanish Jesuits. He was an advocate for social and economic justice. In his address at the Jesuit Mission Benefit…

Misael Perez

A classified Liberal Conservative- surely an oxymoron. Retiring as a sport professional. Did Masteral studies in Public Management and Counselling Psychology.

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