Tag: ferguson

May 20 2015

There has been so much great stuff written over time about race that there is no way to find the best list of blog posts to read about race. That said what I have given you in this post are some[…]

December 24 2014

[See all pictures from my day on the set here – and yes, I met Ms. O.] As we sat in the lounge of Selma’s historic St. James Hotel, one by one onlookers came streaming in. Like any fan approaching larger than[…]

December 1 2014

Like so many people, the past few months have been filled with thoughts about the particularities of what has taken place in Ferguson, MO and the subsequent conversations about race in the United States of America. Not only have many[…]

September 30 2014

BRC and Friends is a 30-minute Google Hangout where I chat with friends and adventurers from around the interwebs. Each episode includes conversations about one of my guests passions, projects or area of expertise, a current events or two and we[…]

September 4 2014

POST HANGOUT UPDATE: Unfortunately was had severe technological difficulties which ended up being my home connection. Grrrrrr. While we didn’t get to finish our conversation, we did get about 20 minutes in before the internet trolls cut us off. Please take[…]

August 26 2014

BRC and Friends is a regular-ish 30-minute google hang out with me, Bruce Reyes-Chow, and some of my friends from around the interwebs. Each episode to include discussion on a current event, a random interest and a few surprises. This[…]

August 21 2014

My wife and I have known Cindy Cushman and her husband, Kerry Rice, longer than any of us probably want to admit. We, along with some other church upstarts of a certain age, have vacationed together, planned conferences, plotted ecclesiastic[…]

August 19 2014

A few months ago I was asked to speak about race at a cooperative pre-school here in San Francisco. The group was mostly white middle to upper middle class and socially progressive. There were a few folks of color in[…]

August 18 2014

First, I offer prayers of peace and healing for the family of Michael Brown. While one should not have to know what it is like to have a loved one shot and killed in order to have compassion and empathy[…]