Tag: diversity

George Floyd: You Did Not Die in Vain

Valerie Melroy with Pastor Hunt and his family
These past two weeks have been extremely difficult for people who are Black or African American and those of us who love and honor our brothers and sisters of color.  The horrific murder of George Floyd exposed more than injustice. As one of our Black co-workers said, the history of racism, fear, injustice, and inequality creates trauma that continues to be revealed through the actions of many people every day. Another African American co-worker expressed anger at the violent protests and looting...

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Blending of Diversity: A Life Lesson from Coffee

One of the (many) things I love about my husband Ben is his enthusiasm for coffee.    Since meeting him, my knowledge and appreciation for coffee has grown greatly.    Gone are the days of medium Dunkin Donuts with French Vanilla cream!  Gone are the days of sipping cup after cup of diner coffee, blissfully unaware of how terrible it was!  No, Ben opened my eyes to really good coffee and there’s no turning back. Most people won’t give much thought to their coffee other than the taste of the final...

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