I didn’t want to contribute to the post-election turmoil.
… is an attribute of blackness.
That is to say, in any given setting, if perhaps 20% of white people would display willful defiance, perhaps 30% of blacks would. The actual differences in proportion are probably much greater.
We will examine first the evidence that this is so, and then consider the ramifications for black prosperity.
I do intend the evidence to be exhausting.
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This is not the same Danny I’ve referred to before.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
I’ve been moved into a hotel. I believe this pertains to COVID, which effectively halved the capacity of the shelter where I was. Once COVID is over, I will probably be moved back there, since its capacity will effectively double.
That’s if I don’t find normal housing first.
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(3) Cross theology
I conceived this post many months ago, at a time when I did not find what I was hearing on Sunday mornings was meeting my needs or the needs I see in the community. Throughout this piece, I apprehend projecting my own needs onto the community. I might can’t help that.
All things bright and beautiful
All creatures great and small
All things wise and wonderful
The Lord God made them all.
This text came to me last week; I must use in a forthcoming podcast or blog post.
This is the music ringing through my mind today. Continue reading Coronavirus
For that reason, and because I’m having exceptional problems with my tablet, I may be incommunicado awhile.
There are some posts in the pipeline, scheduled to appear in coming weeks.
I’ll be back as soon as I can.