Philando Castile and the Miscarriage of Justice

There are signs of actual hope in the case of Philando Castile’s death. In the few days since the acquittal of Jeronimo Yanez in the shooting of Philando Castile: 1) Protests here in the Cities have been vocal and noticed, but no “huge” incidents to get white people upset too quickly, and 2) I have run intoContinue reading “Philando Castile and the Miscarriage of Justice”

Lament — Philando Castile

Lament isn’t always theologically correct. Lament isn’t always nice and neat. Lament isn’t always soft… or done in time to get to lunch. Lament is brutal because the soul has been assaulted. It is a crying out in pain because in that moment… in that time… there is nothing else to do. Lament is personal.Continue reading “Lament — Philando Castile”