Today’s atmosphere of division and cultural conflict occurs at a very bad time. We live in a time of unprecedented, accelerating technological change, environmental disruption, and wealth disparity. In this time of heightened fear and uncertainty, things could turn catastrophic very quickly. On the other hand, the unprecedented knowledge and resources we possess could set the stage for humanity’s greatest era. We are poised at the threshold of our brightest times, or our darkest times. That is why now, more than ever, we need to heed MLK’s call to treat each other as brothers and sisters.
May the spirit of Christ fill you and your family with love and joy this year and in in the future. (click for more…)
“Can we all just get along?” That question is part of what fueled the creation of my U-M Urban Entrepreneurship course.
Nadiyah is still cranking out her products in response to the Christmas season demand, so if you are looking for a unique last-minute gift (or treat for yourself!) hop on over to her online store at nadiyahdesigns.com.
Well, this is the first full week of Corona Virus “lockdown” here in Michigan. Schools are in online mode, restaurants are closed (except for take-out orders), all in-person meetings and events of more than 10 people canceled. What a drag.
During our February 2020 visit to Jamaica, our good friend Winsome Henry treated us to an excursion to the coolest bar in the world – Floyd’s Pelican Bar!
In July of 2017, I began serving at Wayne State University in […]
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