Now is the time to stand up for jus­tice

The Charlotte Observer (Sunday) - - Opinion - View). June 26 Our – Tyler Dodds, David­son

I dis­agree with the ed­i­to­rial “Lib­er­als lose when they act like Don­ald Trump” (

Loudly and pub­licly ex­press­ing dis­ap­proval of govern­ment of­fi­cials for their role in the cruel mis­treat­ment of thou­sands of chil­dren is not the same as de­mean­ing any­one whose po­lit­i­cal views dif­fer from yours. And how can we say such protests are “not nec­es­sary”? Have all of the chil­dren been re­turned to their fam­i­lies? Has the

Tay­lor Bat­ten Peter St. Onge ad­min­is­tra­tion for­saken its scape­goat­ing and de­hu­man­iza­tion of racial and re­li­gious mi­nori­ties? Martin Luther King Jr. wisely warned about “the white mod­er­ate, who is more de­voted to ‘or­der’ than to jus­tice; who prefers a neg­a­tive peace which is the ab­sence of ten­sion to a pos­i­tive peace which is the pres­ence of jus­tice.” Kevin Siers Nancy Webb

Tyler Dodds

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