The Wages of Superficial “Inclusion”

In this country, we grow up being told that our road to success lies in working hard, becoming the most excellent version of whatever fits with our God-given talents. We are not told about limits, about the ceilings that will inevitably, invisibly halt our progress when those of us who don't fit the profile of... Continue Reading →

the memory of hope

  This past weekend, I presented at Notable Pursuits, which is a showcase for local artists started by The Light House Project. This was the Anniversary episode, in honor of Deah, Yusor, and Razan, who tragically passed away three years ago, around this time. The organizers asked me to address hardship or struggle in my... Continue Reading →

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