By DAVID E. KLEMENT
Now I know what it feels like to be a marginalized American.
I am not black, Asian, Hispanic, female, LGBTQ or physically disabled. I am in fact a white male with a post-graduate degree.
So what makes me think I can identify with those in the above racial, ethnic, gender or sociological groups to whom marginalization – or worse – is a fact of life?
I am old. READ MORE
David Klement - A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with 45 years of editing and writing experience for major metro as well as small-city newspapers.