Convoys, Ukraine and Freedom

Published by Cap City Hues on March 7, 2022 When I heard that 500+ semi-trucks and other vehicles were going through Wisconsin, it provoked another recent image. It was that of the 40-mile Russian military convoy of tanks, armored vehicles and other weapons of mass destruction poised to assault the Ukraine capital of Kyiv. Angry […]

Racist policies and the pandemic

Published in the St. Louis American April 16, 2020 The world was first made aware of a coronavirus case in China last December. The U.S. was hit with its first confirmed COVID-19 case on January 20. Still, there is no comprehensive, coordinated national plan to stop the deadly virus, which I put squarely at the […]

There’s More Going on than COVID-19

We Still Must be Organizing. Just More Carefully. Published in on April 9, 2020 The U.S. is months into the worst pandemic the world has seen since the 1918 Spanish Flu. And still there is still no national comprehensive, coordinated plan to stop the deadly virus. The number of U.S. COVID-19 cases now exceeds […]