Race, Rage, Wrestling with Silence, and the Disinherited

By Joe LaGuardia My friends have been telling people that we can’t stay silent in exposing racism. In the face of the deaths of people of color — Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and Breonna Taylor most recently – staying silent is counted as complicit as the murders themselves. So I’ve spent the last few daysContinue reading “Race, Rage, Wrestling with Silence, and the Disinherited”

Review of “Our Muslim Neighbors”

By Joe LaGuardia I recently had an engagement with Muslim interfaith advocate, Victor Begg, at a restaurant attached to a local, municipal airport. When it came time for evening prayer, Victor and his family sought a quiet place to pray. I recommended that they walk next door to the small one-room terminal at the airport,Continue reading “Review of “Our Muslim Neighbors””