November 29, 2021

Human dignity has always been the unspoken theme of Christmas. Whether it be a pregnant woman finding a safe and decent place to give birth or a woman deciding for herself what she needs to do with her body or how we talk about strangers in a new country, it boils down to human dignity, and recognizing the God-given right of every individual to exercise free choice and the right to survive — with dignity. Several headlines show there’s an increasing trend to recognize that fundamental right. Unfortunately, it’s not coming fast enough; One Latino cartoonist uses his skills to save lives; and We’ve all heard of The Smithsonian’s African American Museum in Washington DC but few of us have been able to see it for ourselves. So, administrators are bringing the museum to us. We can now visit the museum virtually! Go beyond the headlines…

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It’s Now Possible To Visit The Smithsonian’s African American History Museum Virtually

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