Tag Archives: Holocaust

Race

It’s always been hard for me to tell the difference between denial and what used to be known as hope.    – Michael Chabon, The Wonder Boys     I’ve written several shitty first drafts on the subject of race and … Continue reading

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Marching to the Pits

I pulled out Herman Wouk’s The Winds of War and War and Remembrance recently for a re-read. The generation that experienced WWII is dying off. Echoes of that era can be seen and heard today in our arguments about taking … Continue reading

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Repatriate Now

I’ve been doing a lot of reading and thinking about Native Americans. What can’t be denied is the length and scope of the genocide.  Since white people showed up, uninvited, on these shores, the people already living here have been … Continue reading

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