Martin Luther King wrote that each of us should strive to be known, not for his skin color, but for his moral character.
World has a tendency to fall, and thus each of us has a tendency to either white or black racism.
We must find a theme large enough to transcend this.
I propose international modernism. Here are the great jazz musician Ornette Coleman’s words: Music brings joy. What joy does America have for the world; joy, not from us but with the world?
Never miss a local story.
There is more wisdom there than in most of the political books. This land is not for empire or money but a friendship for everyone in the world, as Walt Whitman sings.
Let us rise above difference and then act together for the whole world.