Tag Archives: Injustice

Not Guilty

Well, the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial was reached and read and reacted to on Saturday evening, July 13, 2013. Mr. Zimmerman was found “not-guilty.” I have my own thoughts about the verdict and the guilt or innocence of … Continue reading

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Right In Front of Us

While it seems a lot of my friends are concerned about all the scandals going on in Washington, something is happening right in front of us that very few people notice, much less discuss, and that is the injustice aimed … Continue reading

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CoPay for Prisoners

I live in one of the wealthiest counties in the United States. It is a beautiful community. I love the small-town feel and the safety and security that comes from living in such a pristine place. However, my home-town is … Continue reading

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What Changed?

A friend recently asked me what changed in my life that caused me to focus on social justice issues. I will admit I have not always been concerned about the poor, the vulnerable, and the marginalized in our community. I … Continue reading

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The Greatest Injustice in History

The greatest injustice in the history of the world took place on a Friday a couple of thousand years ago. On that day a completely innocent man was beaten, hung on a cross, and left for dead.  That single act … Continue reading

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