The tragic murders in Charleston highlight how much society has failed on issues of race, and why colleges need to consider whether they are moving beyond lip service in addressing these issues, writes Gail DiSabatino.
It’s Monday morning and my head is so foggy I can hardly type these words. I just returned yesterday from a weekend with 19 Brownies and Junior Girl Scouts, and 4 other adults. Two nights at Camp Hickiwawa (the name has been changed to protect the location). It was easy to sign up for this event during the summer, when the word “camp” held its seasonal aura and time stretched out before me like the marathon run of a tortoise.