Suddenly, the world abounds in “inflection points.” What had been the preserve of mathematicians spread to the world of business Continue reading
June 9 – July 9
It feels like we’ve been beating our heads for years against that stone-hearted relic called the General Assembly, just trying to get justice to flow.
“For a demagogue who feels besieged by critics and shackled by democratic institutions, crises open a window of opportunity to silence critics and weaken rivals.”
Levitsky and Ziblatt, How Democracies Die.
[This column appeared first in the Charleston Post and Courier and is reprinted here with the author’s kind permission.] It is often Continue reading
It feels as if tonight, for a couple of hours, we’re enacting what MLK called the beloved community here at the Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM) meeting at Mount Moriah Baptist Church on Rivers Avenue.
On June 20, one day after the Post & Courier published my op-ed, the Mayor’s office issued a press release Continue reading
On May 23rd, during the Citizens’ Participation portion of the Charleston City Council meeting, members of the Charleston Area Justice Continue reading