Dear Mr. Sanders,
For about seven years, I have lived in Sandusky and have read numerous writers express their thoughts in the Register. To be honest, on more than a few occasions I've been frustrated by what you have written. However, as a person not from here, I learn more about issues before voicing my beliefs.
The time has come. I believe in the equality of all individuals with every fiber of my being and I am tired of the voices that yell out inequalities without focusing on ways to improve life for all of us. You state yourself as a victim of a "shameless attack" while you have done the same repeatedly. You act as though you are not someone with "power" and influence in society, but you know you are, and you point out injustice (as injustice should be confronted at all times) but do not provide positive united ways to heal our community and schools.
It's not about ripping us more apart, it's about finding ways to close the gaps. If you want to generate conversation, do, but can it please be dialogue to cause all of Sandusky to be better people, not pit us against each other. That is the true job of "consummate seeker of truth."