Although I can respectfully understand this woman's thoughts based on her experience, it is unwise to make blanket statements about any organization. I doubt this woman would call everyone who practices Islam "anti-American" yet she has no problem implying that anyone involved with Operation Rescue is no better than those involved in the Taliban terrorism.
I do believe that people have a right to their own opinions and for the most part, this woman seemed like she was open minded. Kudos to the Indy for that BUT it would nice to also have published the testimony of someone from the other side that also can offer a moderate view while maintaining their personal values as this woman did. Balance from both sides of this issue would be most appropriate.
Let's start with the obvious. Merce. Talk about conspicuous absences. I can't imagine he wasn't offered a night during this big-deal anniversary season. He had to have been asked to share a night (unlike that clearly superior company, Pilobolus) and turned ADF down.
Funny way to celebrate 75 years of modern dance.
Siskind: "I understand the music, I understand the movies, I even see how comic books can tell us things. But there are full professors in this place who read nothing but cereal boxes."
Gladney: "It's the only avant-garde we've got."
--Don De Lillo, "White Noise"
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