I know you’re probably sick of hearing about it, but I just read a brief yet interesting DMN piece about the effort to get Industrial Boulevard named after César Chávez.
What particularly caught attention, however, was a familiar name near the end of the piece: our own Advocate religion columnist, Blair Monie.
As always, Monie brings some eloquent insight to the issue. He points out that renaming the street after Chávez really isn’t about a name at all:
"It really represents a challenge of what it means to be a community. To do that, we need to embrace an inclusive model. We’re a salad bowl of lots of different ethnic groups. We should recognize that."
If you’d like to read the full story, you can do so online.


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