Social Justice & Advocacy Column: Personal and Social
In a recent New York Times opinion piece, Nicholas Kristof offered the following observation.
“What would a better social narrative look like? It would acknowledge personal responsibility but also our collective social responsibility — especially to help children. It would be infused with empathy and a “morality of grace” that is less about pointing fingers and more about offering helping hands. It would accept that a country cannot reach its potential when so many of its citizens are not achieving theirs.”