From the newly public Dorothea Lange Digital Archive from OMCA (the Public Defender series).
Tag Archives: justice
FOUR HUNDRED AND TWO
Adrienne Rich on love via Maria Popova. An honorable human relationship — that is, one in which two people have the right to use the word “love” — is a process, delicate, violent, often terrifying to both persons involved, a process of refining the truths they can tell each other. It is important to doContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND TWO”
TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY TWO
From the incredible Arundhati Roy / John Cusack conversations. JC: So the term human rights can take the oxygen out of justice? AR: Human rights takes history out of justice.
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY
Imagine a world where judges always wrote and worked with empathy. From R. v. Armitage:  If I could describe Mr. Armitage as a tree, his roots remain hidden beneath the ground. I can see what he is now. I can see the trunk. I can see the leaves. But much of whatContinue reading “TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY”