Tag Archives: courtroom decorum

Welcoming the Warning Signs

“Sir, you’ll need to leave the courtroom and wait in the hall.” The young man in the audience stared at me. “You can’t communicate with people in custody,” I said. “You need to leave now.” He stood up just as … Continue reading

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This Is What It Means To Be Included

“This is what it means to be included.” The mother’s words jumped out at me from the radio. Included. Two year old Tatum Bakker had never been able to swing on a playground swing set until they visited Brooklyn’s Playground on … Continue reading

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“This Is What It Means To Be Included”

[I have a guest post today at Amy Julia Becker’s blog Thin Places. Amy Julia blogs about faith and family and people with disabilities, and a host of other things of life.] *** “This is what it means to be … Continue reading

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