The Dark Side of Charity
The holiday season is almost here, and so is what one community organizer calls “the compassion industry.” It might feel good to hand out free turkeys or write checks, but how do those on the receiving end really feel?
From Victim to Victor
Michael Lapsley was sent to South Africa in 1973 at the height of apartheid. He spoke out against racial segregation for decades, even after being exiled. As a result of his activism, he was sent a letter bomb which destroyed his hands and one eye. Then he began a new journey.