Month: January 2016

Grey Wisp

the pieces, scattered through history, millenniums ill-shaped, jagged edges, revolving, resolving alone, without meaning, unless brought together one piece dissolving into another, breaking apart mystery hidden within mystery, hooded by, grey tiny grey shapes emerging, merging into a, shape the… Read More ›

Bayard Rustin Was Here

Before Martin Luther King, Jr., there was Bayard Rustin, an openly gay black man fighting for equality in a society steeped in institutionalized racism and homophobia. Despite orchestrating the 1963 March on Washington, and being personally embraced by King and… Read More ›

Confessions of a rent-a-worker

Temp agencies. They’re the bottom feeders lurking in the depths of our faltering economy. Why do we need staffing agencies–whose supposed purpose is to help people find work–when the real unemployment rate is over 10%? That’s 30 million people out… Read More ›