Linda S. Mintle

  • Judging by Appearances

    Fifty years ago, famous novelist Ralph Ellison wrote about being black: “I am …invisible…simply because people refuse to see me….When they approach me, they see only my surroundings, themselves, or figments of their imagination–indeed, everything and anything except me.” His description applies equally well to those single people who believe they are disenfranchised because they

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