Where is everybody?

The somber change in the vibe of the neighborhood was palpable right after the election, it has now evolved into a state of resignation as people attempt to continue living their lives. Stories of raids, detentions, and the hardship that children and spouses are suffering when the bread winner is deported have shifted from shocking to normalized.

I need to help . . .

I feel a calling.  Again. Last month, I spent five days helping to run a camp in the Dominican Republic. I need to do more.  Now I know. I need to go back. These kids, this community, they touched me. When I was in high school, I knew I needed to go to Mexico – to live,Continue reading “I need to help . . .”