Black people can’t escape indignity, even in death. It is a privilege for one’s memory to Rest In Peace.
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.
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Dear Dr. Ben Carson, I was rooting for you in the GOP debate. I was annoyed with the first question […]
Due to our cultural and spiritual DNA, black people and white people tend to process things, especially these large national […]
This started out as a post on Facebook, but I decided to blog it instead. This is a list/stream of […]
LeBron James commits a royal faux pas When LeBron James met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this week after […]
What Bill Cosby is teaching us about sexual assault, victim blaming, and sexual politics When I saw the headlines about […]
The NFL and the Falcons don’t know where London, England is located Can you spot the mistake? I don’t know […]