On Saturday, 05/09/2020, Christopher Harris, Executive Director of Unhyphenated America .org shared a “UA Thought”. For many Americans their career choice is not just a job, but it’s also their mission in life. Many people wear a uniform for their job, and a person’s uniform serves as a means of identification of their career and vocational choice. Erasmus (Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus) a Catholic priest, theologian, and social critic in the 1500’s once said, “vestis virum facit” meaning “clothes makes the man.” When you disrespect a person’s uniform for their career, you are disrespecting their mission in life, and you are denigrating their humanity.
- It would be easier to hate those “greedy capitalist” if they weren’t making my life better.
- Who has “clean hands” regarding slavery and human rights abuses?
- Jesse Owens did more to combat racism than any modern “protester”.
- A mother asks Unhyphenated America about the importance of the relationship between fathers & sons
- Watch What 2 Men Do To Elderly Woman – U.A. Moments – Ep #1