“To Sir, With Love”?: On Grounding Protests in Skeptical Politics

by Brianne Donaldson The duty of tolerance is our finite homage to the abundance of inexhaustible novelty which is awaiting the future, and to the complexity of accomplished fact which exceeds our stretch of insight. —Alfred North Whitehead, Adventures of Ideas, 65 As visitors filled Discovery Green in Downtown Houston on Sunday for pre-Super Bowl festivities,…

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WISDOM CRIES OUT IN THE STREET

by Carolyn Roncolato The black students of University of Missouri have been on my heart these last two weeks. I am moved by their bravery, their wisdom, their furry, and their joy in the fight against deep and pervasive racism. Their struggle for justice calls to mind one of my favorite images from the Hebrew…

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