There were the years in college where I assaulted males and females as if no big deal, as the roots of my childhood rage had become an adult orgy of uncontrollable temper tantrums. There were the nasty arguments coworkers, friends and strangers. Just because.
I asked males in the audience how they defined manhood. A lot of the usual terms came up like "provider" and "strong" and "responsibility." I responded those words could also apply to my single mother and most women I know.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. hopes that his latest PBS documentary, The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., will not only educate the public but also lead to reform in the nation's public school system.
If I did not really love and care about people and believe that I, as a leader, could make a serious difference, then I would not put my entire life on display for others to poke and prod at will. So here goes.
If Mr. Towns trusted the very people he has been representing, then he would not be wasting taxpayers' money on a flimsy attempt at proving my campaign does not have enough signatures to be on the ballot.