Who Is In Our Circle of Respect?

Who is in our circle of respect?  

…. We are at a historic inflection point. On the one hand, ascendant racism, misogyny, xenophobia, and anti-intellectualism harkens back to darker times. On the other, addressing inequity is at the center of the current election cycle. We elected an African-American president twice and the Democratic candidates are a woman and a Democratic-Socialist Jew. These developments point towards a more progressive direction.

I continue to believe that schools that teach respect for others and for evidence can be a positive influence…..

Published on the Huffington Post, April 20, 2016

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One Response to “Who Is In Our Circle of Respect?”

  1. ciedie aech June 4, 2016 at 5:57 pm #

    The world is, and always has been since the ascendance of humans, an ever tipping pull between those who have and those who have not. No matter how messy the problems associated with our “modern” days, there are many out here who would say that the earth is now a more welcoming place, even in the face of blatant racism, misogyny and xenophobia. We are moving, however slowly, toward cultural/racial/sexual tolerance. I am a fan of the scientific theory that technology is systematically making us into a “hive” of sorts, where we will all one day function with “global think.” 🙂

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