Category Archives: Current Events
The Vulture & Black Child (Kong Nyong)
Hard to believe this image will be almost 30 years old soon. This photo was taken by a photo journalist Kevin Carter sometime in 1993. He had borrowed some money to buy a plane ticket so he could document famine in Sudan as a freelancer. During this time, it is believed that around 75,000 –…
Black History Month: Jabber Gibson
On 09/01 (just 3 days after Hurricane Katrina), 20 year old Jabber Gibson commandeered an old school bus and drove around Crescent City, finding anyone in need. He picked up infants, pregnant mothers, and anyone in need of help. He transported 70 ppl on a 13 hour trip to the Astrodome in Houston for safety….
What does your faith exempt you from?
Such great words of wisdom. Finally a breath of fresh air. This article was written by Keith Marshall — pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Enumclaw WA [LINK]
RIP: Dan Kaminsky
Sad to hear Dan Kaminsky passed away yesterday at the young age of 42. He was an amazing researcher and teacher – and a true pioneer in privacy. He dates back to 2005 – helping expose the Sony Rootkit scandal [LINK] as well as hardening DNS. What troubles me the most about this, is how…
#COVID19 & GPS (Gilbert Public Schools)
During difficult times and uncertainty, you start to see the harsh realities of everyone’s selfishness. This goes beyond individuals, and even applies to The State. This has all occurred in a year: Excessive bullying in age groups as young as Kindergarten. Locking mentally disabled children in “box rooms” [LINK]. Parents unwilling to support teachers and…
Being an ally to the LGBTQ+ community
This is what being an “ally” to the LGBTQ+ community looks like.It’s not a flag. It’s not a corporate logo. Nor is it trashy Taylor Swift telling straight people to “come out as straight”. It’s the act of relentless love and servant-hood. Doing a better job of taking care of each other. https://www.out.com/positive-voices/2016/12/01/woman-who-cared-hundreds-abandoned-gay-men-dying-aids