Month: September 2018

Living in the fierce urgency of now

I do not expect every black person to be as outspoken about racism and justice as I am. It would […]

Black folks can’t live in peace, and we certainly can’t die in peace

Black people can’t escape indignity, even in death. It is a privilege for one’s memory to Rest In Peace.

Taking a stand on a slave auction block

My ancestors’ heels were bruised by white supremacy, but my feet will crush its head.

Dictating the conditions of freedom

Call it patriotism, respect for the troops, law and order, or anything else, but when white people attempt to curtail black people’s right to protest, it will always be racism.