Princeton, Woodrow Wilson and a debate about campus activism

    Here is the New York Timeseditorial reflecting an on-going debate on many campuses about naming buildings for celebrated racists – a racism understated in most academic discourse or forgotten.  No multiracial campus community with mutual respect among persons of differing comprehensive or conscientious views – John Rawls’ formulation – is possible with this devotion …

2: Denver Capitol, Dineh

1.  Denver Capitol a chief from Wind River gray sky, snow like that gray November 29th cold to the bone served he said ghosts swirl 21 years in the military snowdance his great-grandmother grandfather cut down by Union Blue cold a daughter scooped a little boy marauders hid under  a bank to the bone mutilators …

Poem: downtown

Down by the river he said the police sleeping by the river shopping cart unpacked water moving softly kick you in the head police take your goods, he said no place to stay no tent in the day no in expensive houses I have lived in Denver no place to be  highrise by the river …