A Nation Divided?

Originally posted on accord1:
  In a nation divided among imaginary lines of Ideology, class, gender, ethnicity, skin color, etc., the temptation exists to run away with any one of the many sound bites. These sound bites outline a season of politics that stands as nothing more than a dog and pony show to see…

Journeying into the Hot Zone: the Difference maker II

Like a chain reaction, certain events that start as small, expand and challenge the entire fabric of society.  And like a nuclear chain reaction, the only way to stop this movement from spiraling out of control is through the use of control rods. In our current society, the control rods are the Difference Makers (peacemakers), … Continue reading

To Kill a Mockingbird: Enough is Enough

“The one thing that doesn’t abide by majority rule is a person’s conscience.” – Attitcus Finch, Chapter 11, To Kill a Mockingbird There was a young multi-ethnic man in his early 30s of Afro/Asiatic heritage who was slain by a mob of European reactionaries. He was unarmed, had a spotless reputation and cared for others. … Continue reading

Cutting Away the Flesh of Race

Origionally posted ⋅ April 11, 2012⋅ by Starlette McNeill of THE DAILY RACE  Faith seeking understanding without race “See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to elemental spirits of the universe, and not according to Christ. For in him the whole fullness of deity dwells bodily, … Continue reading

The Language of Reconciliation

1 The Language of Reconciliation is one that must be spoken with the Accent of Peace.  Reconciliation among ethnic groups cannot be achieved unless those on all sides are willing to recognize the language spoken beyond the accent or the variables of dialect (cultural framework) in which it is spoken.  Language is when gestures & … Continue reading

For Love and Basketball

Jeremy Lin has brought an incredible buzz to the world of NBA Basketball. He has achieved in just a few games what has never been statistically, by averaging 27 points per game in his first five starts. Some have brought the issue of the ethnic divide into this seemingly universally gratifying story. Championship boxer Floyd … Continue reading

Anthology II,

    The Re-coloring of America  As we look forward to another year, one in which concludes the Mayan calendar along with all of the misguided opinions of what that means in relation to the future. One thing that is true among the many questions and theories of 2012 is the fact of ethnic change in America. … Continue reading


There is a collection of stories embedded in the soliloquy of the master’s story i.e. history. It is this that makes multi ethnic interactive experiences so relevant in a mixed world. Culture is the “Anthology” or many expressions displayed in some of its general aspects of “time, sharing and practice”. Time is the multigenerational aspect of culture. Sharing denotes … Continue reading