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A Look Back Before Moving Forward

When I read the story of this gay, fierce math teacher, and a Black Google employee's letter, I was forced to reflect on my own life. I am not LGBTQ, I am not white, I am not Black.

But, like them, I am human. I empathize with their struggle even if it one I have not endured.   I was gratified to read the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on LGBTQ and to rejoice in that victory.

NOTE: Before I go much further, allow me a moment to say with pride, I identify with the people who are oppressed, who are pushed aside, who find themselves seeking human rights, unalienable rights endowed by their Creator. I agree without reservation that power concedes nothing without a fight, that for all lives to matter, #BlackLivesMatter. I stand, at least figuratively, in solidarity with Lesbian Bisexual Gay Trangender Queer (LGBTQ) community. To do any less would be to say, "You are worth less in God's eyes because I find what you do offensive." 

I am a mix of Swedish American, and Panamanian. …

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