Tag Archives: Murder
You cannot “fix” a “problem” you refuse to name. Although we have no hope that “we” can “fix” this “problem,” we will certainly “name” it. Male violence. Happy Thanksgiving! No, really.
In February, George Zimmerman – a male adult – murdered Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old child. Much has been written – rightly so – raising questions about race and racism in the murder itself and the subsequent lack of prosecution. A noteworthy piece by my friend Meredith Moise takes this analysis a step further and challenges us to consider how […]