Marching on Washington: A Voice from the Crowd

An estimated 3.3 million people in cities across the United States marched on January 21, 2017 – – an impressive number to be sure. So it’s a high probability you know of at least someone who did. I know many.   Kate Mason marched on Washington. Here’s Kate’s reflection about the Women’s March on Washington. … More Marching on Washington: A Voice from the Crowd

My Friend Needs a Kidney Transplant

Georges Annan-Kingsley is my friend. As a long persecuted political refugee from Côte d’Ivoire, Georges suffered chronic, stress-induced hypertension causing his kidneys to fail. After a long, courageous bureaucratic struggle to escape western Africa via Ghana, aided by the French consulate, Georges received medical refugee status in the United States. He arrived in near fatal condition. He … More My Friend Needs a Kidney Transplant