One of my favorite blogosphere personalities and spiritual inspirations is The Rev. Barbara Cawthorne Crafton of The Geranium Farm. Nothing like down to earth and real life reflections on Life itself from a woman and priest who knows.
Barbara has a good reflection from her Daily eMos today [when aren't they good??? Never!]. Today she recalls a younger and very different Imus. You can read it here. It is really good.
There have been other thoughts and commentaries on the incident of stupidity and male arrogance throughout the blogosphere and news media. But I like Barbara's best because of her style and quietness, her directness and memory of a better person. I guess we all have memories like that of one person or another but this one is timely and strikes a chord nationwide that really, enough is enough, and that finally, corporate America seems to be actually listening to the people...for once anyway.
The women of Rutgers reacted with dignity and restraint. They can be examples for us all when we face bigotry, prejudice and persecution. I love them for their poise and professionalism, and so much more. I think they have back their stolen moment...