The Too-Small World of a Good White Person

By: Jeanne Cameron (Guest sermon delivered at May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church, Syracuse, NY, May 26, 2019) Good morning. I’d like to begin with a brief meditation on history written by the remarkable James Baldwin – History, as nearly no one seems to know, is not merely something to be read.  And it does not … Continue reading The Too-Small World of a Good White Person

The Squeegee Brigade

**This story is a Baltimore tale.  In the city of Baltimore, there are crews of "squeegee boys" who patrol busy intersections in the city armed with a squeegee and a bucket.  They wash windows and expect a nominal fee.  It's a thing.** By: Todd Story #1 Scene:  Coming off the 83 South exit onto North … Continue reading The Squeegee Brigade