Photo: Mark Mulligan, Houston Chronicle

Sadly, handicapped remain invisible to many

The column below originally appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle on September 15, 2017. Its author, Nitza Agam, shared it with me because “it is not often our voices are heard, and after this exchange with a rude person, I felt I had to make it known and provide a glimpse for others about daily Read more…


Acknowledging Built-In Bias

In this guest post, Anthea Marley offers a thought-provoking perspective about how each of us can overcome bias. Okay first things first. I already know what you are thinking. “I don’t have racial bias; my best friend is xyz … I don’t have gender bias; I was raised by hardworking a single mom. I don’t Read more…