New Year’s Reflections

By Robin Phillips I love December.  I love it because it brings some of my favorite things - snow and holidays and celebrations with family.  But I also love the quiet time at the end of December that allows for reflection about the past year.  This time of reflection gives me hope for renewal and … Continue reading New Year’s Reflections

“I have a bullet in my foot from trying to vote!”

By Michele Garnett McKenzie I’m sitting in my office, catching up with a former client. A member of the political opposition who fled Cameroon and sought asylum nearly a decade ago, she had stopped by to show me her new U.S. passport. Our talk turned to the November elections—she was so proud to finally be … Continue reading “I have a bullet in my foot from trying to vote!”