News and Updates
Guilty Even When Proven Innocent
Brian Kaylor and Beau Underwood
“Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes.”
The length of a year. The cast in the Broadway musical Rent sang out those words to ask a more fundamental question: “How do you measure a year in a life?” It’s more than just minutes. It’s daylights, sunsets, midnights, cups of coffee, laughter, strife, and love. As the cast from Rent put it, “Five hundred twenty-five thousand moments so dear.”
Many of us may feel like the last year — wait, year-and-a-half and still counting — has left us a bit imprisoned by lockdowns, masks, canceled trips, and worries about loved ones. Perhaps we are thinking a bit more carefully about time, lost opportunities, and wasted moments.
Race, Racism, Anti-Racism:
This article will help advance conversations about these terms. Click the image below.