As the fruits of 50 years of "The Diversity Paradigm" come to harvest time, are we seeing a society that has grown to appreciate human differences, embrace and value them in a harmonious culturally frictionless environment? Or are we instead seeing the intercultural differences-based....
After penning this post back in March, there was only an afterthought of the probability of a revisit and update if any other incidents or conditions mirrored the 1960s. Sadly, that which has occurred went beyond anything that crossed my mind as a probability. It is with heavy heart that pen returns to hand, as an atrocity with a familiar tone brings....more No comments
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfYanI-zJes President Obama's September 24, 2014 address to the U.N. was one of the most complex from a President in many years, a necessity because of the audiences, The General Assembly and therefore the world. He could not reduce his message to the simplified American 'litmus test' of "for or against," "in or out." Thus, Americans need to pay more than the usual attention to get....more No comments
Perhaps Mr. Muhammad never really had a solid case from the start. Or... Perhaps the case of Muhammad v. Caterpillar, Inc. exemplifies how companies can "diffuse” a hostile environment, while legally guiding hostile employees in the execution of a career-ending maneuver against a minority employee. It may provide a view into one....more No comments
George Santayana, Soliloquies in England (Scribner's, 1922) wrote “... only the dead have seen the end of war.” With the 100th anniversary of WWI behind us, those words are as true as they were the day they were penned. If you enjoyed the 20th Century, you’re going to love this one! The 21st Century is off to a roaring start, with nearly every part of the globe either embroiled....more No comments