In full disclosure, I’m only one generation removed from cotton fields and inner city public housing. My dad grew up in a house, but he, his brother and older sisters and parents worked out in cotton fields to make a living as well as his father doing odds and ends jobs around in the small […]Read more "A Thin Line Between Love and Hate for the Ghetto"
Corporal punishment in schools has been an issue of debate for a couple of centuries in Western society in the modern era. To fast forward to just the last century or so there had been cases of corporal punishment that wasn’t just extended toward children, but also toward women as well. It wasn’t until the […]Read more "Corporal Punishment and the Pornography of Violence: An Armchair Case Study of St. Augustine Catholic School"
Stony the road we trod Bitter the chastening rod, Felt in the days when hope, unborn had died Yet with a steady beat, Have not our weary feet, Come to a place, for which our father sighed. We have come, over a way that with tears has been watered; We have come, treading our path through […]Read more "Lest We Forget… Remembering Hurricane Katrina"