Cook Ross Celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Cook Ross Celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Adriana Rojas | October 6th, 2020 “Every Native American is a survivor, an anomaly, a surprise on earth. We were all slated for extinction before the march of progress. But surprise, we are progress. What was apparent to Native people long ago—the...
When Do We Boycott?

When Do We Boycott?

Over the past few days the airways have been filled with news about Starbucks.  If you haven’t been hiding away somewhere then you know that two African American men were arrested for trespassing in a Philadelphia store, though they had committed no act other than to...
Where Do We Draw the Line?

Where Do We Draw the Line?

The events in Charlottesville were unequivocally condemned by most, yet not by all. Our President drew criticism from all sides for not doing so. So is this it? Is this where we collectively draw a line in the sand? It’s always interesting to see when people finally...
Why Trump’s Call for Moral Equivalency is Morally Corrupt

Why Trump’s Call for Moral Equivalency is Morally Corrupt

I am on sabbatical this month, finishing my new book on Belonging. Ironically this has put me in a position of being deep in research about polarization at a time when our culture is being torn apart before our eyes. Despite the fact that I am supposed to be writing,...