A West Point history professor suggests to prevent a racist future we must understand our racist past.
In a powerful first Senate speech, Raphael Warnock suggests that when we vote, we pray.
When a situation seems hopeless, then you are the hope. When everything looks dark, you must be the light.
Presidents Day thoughts: extraordinary presidents can come from and be shaped by ordinary places.
When we are complicit, even moral clarity is often not enough to guide us toward the right decisions.
As in so many things in life, the journey of seeking is much more important than the destination.
Gratitude involves a conscious choice. Amidst cries of hatred we need to see the strength in gratitude.
Weekly letters of gratitude proved a powerful antidote to the poison that threatened to permeate our lives in 2020.
The books which have shaped the work of a leader at one of my favorite historic sites.
“Of course she did” was my response when news broke that Dolly was an investor for a COVID vaccine.