'We will never have a perfect society'
0 comment Monday, June 2, 2014 |
That part is right, but the rest of the remarks are just more of the same old, same old, which got us where we are now.
Cambridge Mayor: 'We will never have a perfect society'
I am very pleased that the charges of disorderly conduct levied against Harvard University Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. have been dropped. The City of Cambridge, the Cambridge Police Department, and Professor Gates have released a joint statement that acknowledges "�.the incident of July 16, 2009 was regrettable and unfortunate." As the parties involved have placed this matter behind them, it seems appropriate for our community to do the same.
I genuinely believe that by bringing people together, by airing our differences, and by challenging our attitudes, we can foster a more tolerant, more inclusive society. I shall continue my efforts to help bring that about, and while we will never have a perfect society, we should never stop striving.
And as for dropping the charges -- well, I suppose it was predictable.

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