Whose lives matter?

“Where we lived, religion was served deep-fried and hard-boiled,” said Max Jeganathan, as he began his sharing with an excerpt from Delia Owens’ New York Times bestseller Where the Crawdads Sing. The book depicts the life of a young girl living in 1960s North Carolina who was discriminated against for her socio-economic status by a … Continue reading Whose lives matter?