In the Dec. 12 edition of The Sun, you devote 30 percent of the front page to the Ravens' defeat of the 0-13 Colts. Perhaps one-tenth of the next inside page, at the very bottom, is devoted to Habitat For Humanity's recent notable achievement in West Baltimore ("Habitat for Humanity rehabs 300th home in Sandtown").
Twenty years of effort in one of Baltimore's most challenging areas garners a couple hundred words and no picture. Habitat for Humanity (an organization with which I have no affiliation whatsoever): I salute you. Football? It's a game, folks. I wish the Ravens the absolute best, but what Habitat for Humanity does can mean the difference between a good life and a wretched life for hundreds of our fellow citizens. They deserve to be on the front page.