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Plenty of us noticed.  But that does mean any of us should be silent about those instances where we believe justice is not being served.  Nor should any organization ask that its successes cancel out our knowledge of the struggles the organization faces, nor its abject failures (such as the handling of the sexual abuse crisis)  We are all - from the individual level to the corporate - flawed, and acknowledgment of flaws, conversation about flaws, understanding of flaws, learning from flaws . . . these are not in and of themselves problematic.  The urge to silence that conversation, however, is.