by Ken Sehested
What can you do to abate the harm caused by the mass murders in New Zealand mosques? Not much, in the scheme of things.
Which is not to say there’s nothing at all to do.
For us in the US (and people around the world), we must use that tragedy as a mirror to examine how we are complicit with similar threats close to home. If the grief we experience over deadly news a half-world away is to be more than vaporous sentiment, fading with each text alert from our phones, there must be a contextualizing in our own location. Read more ›