Posts filed under Chris Chavez

Discussing Beauty During NYC’s First Open Data Week

As part of open data week, we invited 14 friends and collaborators to dinner to discuss civic issues not in terms of problems and solutions, but in terms of beauty. - Chris Chavez

Weeds of Division in a Garden of Unity

Our political reality is sad and outrageous and the source of its current corrupted state of affairs isn’t something we can offload onto others. I’m convinced that our current civil conflict falls in the lineage of spiritual battles that pits a fearful, shrinking heart against a courageous, expansive love.

Posted on February 7, 2017 and filed under NYC, Op Ed, Start-Ups, Chris Chavez, Lifestyle, Civil Rights, ARTICLES.

The New Cafes of Segregation

If David Richmond, Franklin McCain, Ezell Blair, and Joseph McNeil, the four men of Greensboro, North Carolina, who pioneered the sit-in, chose to sit in their living rooms, or in the cafes that would welcome them with open arms, they would have merely been sitting.