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Understanding the Language

As part of my remembrance of my friend, Phil Saviano, who died on November 28, I retrieved this stream of memory I wrote after our trip to Mexico in 2000. I decided not edit it; even as some of the … Continue reading

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A Soft Landing: Immigration: The Ultimate Test of Our Humanity

This is the ninth essay in the series, A Soft Landing, which explores how we might achieve a more just, equitable society without violent revolution. Immigrants are perfect targets. The foreigner seeking opportunity, refuge, or escape ignites our fear of … Continue reading

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