Monthly Archives: June 2015

Symbolism as substitute for substance after a tragedy

If there is one thing you can count on after a senseless, horrific tragedy, it is the public’s maddening reaction to it. A week ago, a mass shooting took place in Charleston, South Carolina. Dylann Roof, an intensely disturbed 21-year-old with racial hatred held deeply inside of him, opened fire inside Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal […]