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Dorner escapade reveals racial problems


The death of ex-Los Angeles Police Department officer and murder suspect Christopher Dorner provided closure for the families and friends of those who were murdered at his hands, not to mention the Southern Californian community at large.   His actions? Inexcusable. Yet the entire Dorner debacle has forced dialogue regarding the effect race has in […]

Peaceful protests deserve a peaceful response


Last week I was deeply inspired by the Troy Davis movement — a vast number of people united to reject the murder of someone who many claimed was innocent. This week I am equally motivated by the efforts made by all participants of the Occupy Wall Street movement, a protest rejecting corporate greed, big bank […]