On prayer…

Joining World Vision supporters this week on prayer. Here’s the best 10 minutes I got… I’ve done a fair amount of stirring the pot lately (as you know if you’ve read my life: unmasked post) — that is, the Christian pot I call my faith….

Life: unmasked — I sleep while I meditate

There hasn’t been a time that I’ve read Joy’s writings and not been completely moved. Sometimes, I’m wrecked, challenged by her words. Sometimes I cry, because my heart breaks for whatever her words bring into my heart. Sometimes I concur with her opinions. This time,…

Things I’ve learned from !ideation

I’m dreading writing this post. It’s going to take a long time, more time than I have. And I’d rather sleep on the plane than write this. But I’m reminding myself that collecting my notes and thoughts is the best way for me to reflect…

The Faces of the Enemy

This week was the first week of a new quarter and new classes. This quarter I am focusing on classes to fulfill my minor requirements for non-profit management and human rights as a nice break from urban studies before summer quarter begins. In a last…

Economic Discrimination

Economic Discrimination: Following Patterns of Discrimination and Violence in Post-war Detroit and Los Angeles Note: I wrote this essay for my Urban Change & Development class at the University of Washington. I confess that I have sometimes worn a stereotypical attitude or judgment. But in reading…