David Concepcion is a life-long Unitarian Universalist with a liberal bent. As a child, he used to play radio DJ with his radio, record collection and a cassette recorder. David has been writing for most of his life. While primarily a screenwriter, he is also an essayist, poet, short storyteller, and blogger. He received a BA in film production from Hunter College and an MS in screenwriting from Boston University. He has taught college and adult education writing classes in the Boston area since 1999 and is seeking buyers for his six full-length screenplays.
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“O God, forgive our rich nation where small babies die of cold quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation where small children suffer from hunger quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation where toddlers and school children die from guns sold quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation that lets children be the poorest group of citizens quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation that lets the rich continue to get more at the expense of the poor quite legally.
O God, forgive our rich nation which thinks security rests in missiles rather than in mothers, and in bombs rather than in babies.
O God, forgive our rich nation for not giving You sufficient thanks by giving to others their daily bread.
O God, help us never to confuse what is quite legal with what is just and right in Your sight.”
—Marian Wright Edelman

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