Part 2: Diversity: Time to Walk The Talk. Or Else…….

What I hope to accomplish in this work is to build a roadmap of not just philosophy, but behavior based in actions that will slowly turn our individual and collective heads toward something more civilized. Something more aspirationally American. In many respects, we are the best place to aspire to what I propose. I hope to give perspectives that can be used at all ages and for everyone who believes in our better personal, familial, communal, and global selves. I say all ages because you are never too young to understand that you are part of something bigger than yourself. The principles of kindness, fairness and compassion are rarely lost on a child. Often the “why” is not well explai

Hamilton and the American Healthcare Revolution

“Am I then more of an American than those who drew their first breath on American ground?” - Alexander Hamilton, 1795 Each year on July 4th the United States celebrates independence for our ancestors who did not draw their first breath on American ground. Eighty-nine years after the declaration of independence was signed, a day of delayed emancipation was celebrated on June 19th (Juneteenth), 1865 for those with ancestors who drew their first breath on the African continent. On July 4th I celebrated the day by watching the much anticipated television streaming of Hamilton. The Broadway hit, based on Ron Chernow’s biography of Alexander Hamilton, is a musical adaptation of the life of a Cari

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