In search of the elusive dignity – The Denver Post

In 2018, that wondrous human quality named “dignity” has been keeping a very low profile. Dignity, it would be reasonable to conclude on many days, has fled the nation’s capital, and may have been given a new identity in a new witness protection program recently created for virtues under siege. …

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Put down the phone and say hello – The Denver Post

By now, the writers for “Dear White People” probably have the episode in the can about a freaked-out white woman dialing 911 to report that two terrifyingly quiet guys in rock band T-shirts had the audacity to join a college campus tour. It’s a perfect storyline for a TV series …

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Ireland’s abortion dilemma: A nation divided

Ireland is at a crossroads. On 25 May, the Irish people will decide whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment and end a constitutional ban on abortion. It will bring to a head one of the most bitterly contested battlegrounds in Irish culture over recent decades. There have been six referendums …

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