Monthly Archives: November 2014

Caille Millner, San Francisco Chronicle Staff Writer

Her column is in the Saturday Datebook section of the Chronicle. Today the line that drew me in was, “So I decided to take a break from looking at the latest unarmed black kid to be killed in the street, and to find a few things that channel pain into something that feels satisfying.”

She’s “a local,” born in San Jose in 1979, a black journalist and author first published at age sixteen, a Harvard graduate. There is heart and humanity in her outlook. She has integrity. She’s worth reading!

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Restless

I feel like the woman at the window. Restless. Yearning. Wanting to connect with you (who are you?). My head full of thoughts, wanting them to lead me somewhere. And yet grateful when I find bits of peace here and there.

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