Posts for December, 2013

Remembering Nelson Mandela

December 5, 2013

I have always felt a close connection to Nelson Mandela, his aspirations, ideals, and principles. I vividly recall his imprisonment in the 1960’s and the shocked reaction of South Africans, black and white, when I first visited South Africa in 1977 and brought his writings with me. All of his […]

KIND and Stanford Lawyer Magazine “Do The Kind Thing” Competition

December 5, 2013

Submit your ideas for a “Do The Kind Thing Project” for a chance to receive $10,000 from KIND to support your idea. When you imagine a better world, what do you see? KIND wants to know. That is why KIND has launched “Do The KIND Thing Projects” where each month, […]

Reflections on the Newtown Shooting One Year Later

December 5, 2013

One year has passed since the horrific Newtown school shooting of December 14, 2012, and we have likely learned all that will be known about the tragic events of that day. As we reflect back on the event and the subsequent political and legislative responses, a few points should be […]