A moment in history.
I started this post just to show you my latest drawings, but it turned into a riff on something entirely different.
This is the culmination of my series on diversity, and it’s taken me weeks to write and years to arrive at. It is, in essence, my social manifesto — and my writing manifesto, as well.
I’m here to tell you that no one gets a free pass.
When should we stay silent, and when should we speak up? Should we worry about whether we’re offending someone?
One person’s “politics” is another person’s life-or-death.
A book by a dying physician gets me thinking about the many kinds of difference and invisibility.