I read William Carter’s commentary from Oct. 1. I am shocked that The Herald would print one person referring to another in such a manner. Are there no editorial limits? I underlined 25 words or phrases in my paper that were insensitive, derogatory, or inflammatory.
Lucas Boyd, in his commentary (“Journey to end systemic racism starts with small steps forward,” Sept. 24), defines systemic as “pertaining to or affecting the entire body.”
The child care industry is the backbone of the economy. Parents of 6.4 million children need child care in order to get back to work. On top of this, the child care industry contributes approximately $100 billion to our economy and employs more than 1.5 million people.