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The Greatness of Black Men

Yesterday was the three year anniversary of my brother-in-laws Mike Cromartie’s death. He passed away at the age of 67. We had many discussions together during the last months of his fight against cancer. He was frustrated that at the apex of his success with Faith Angle Forum his life was being cut short. There is something especially tragic by an untimely early death. But there is something beneficial as well. I told Mike that your life will be remembered in the context of your greatest contribution while that contribution is still fresh on everyone’s mind. It was not surprising that 4,000 people attended his funeral. Yesterday also marked the untimely death of Chadwick Boseman who died

Culture Matters Most: An Argument by David Brooks

If you are like me, you are getting to the point where you can hardly watch the evening news. Every night we get the repeated pettiness, polarization, and verbal and actual violence discussed ad nauseam. One can despair of a better way. In this address given at Davidson College, David Brooks provides historical context to our moment and points to a better way. In the midst of a high-oxtane political season, he argues that it is culture that matters most. As a cultural sociologist, I certainly agree. Both my youngest sister and her husband, my brother-in-law, went to Davidson as did my nephew. I have been on the Davidson campus many times. So I was immediately intrigue by this address that Da

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