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Keeping Our Humanity In The Face Of Tragedy

Members of the African American community and beyond are currently mourning the death of Eric Garner, a man that was accused of illegally selling cigarettes and was subsequently placed in a chokehold by police. 1,199 more words

Black News


Image taken from Black vs Black: Divided as “One”

This is a topic that I thought about a couple of months ago, when one of my friends on Facebook was talking about some book that she says disparaged Black women, and another Black woman joined in the discussion to say that she preferred being called an… 756 more words


Identity Politics or American Like Me

Do black Americans want to be called African-Americans?

Why do black Americans hyphenate their identity?

What do conservative black Americans think? And, why do we talk about minorities? 109 more words



(Paul Joseph Watson) – “Doomsday Disneyland” facility used as practice ground for civil unrest.

A promotional video touting FEMA’s emergency response capabilities shows U.S. National Guard troops training to detain unruly African-American citizens in prison camps before handing them over to police. 563 more words

US News

20 Basic Truths You Can’t Talk About in America Anymore

This is from Town Hall.

Political Correctness be Damn these are truths that need to be spoken about in public.

Americans have become intimidated by the political correct bullies on the left. 668 more words

My Answer to the hard lesson of Privilege

Last night, I watched Twelve Years a Slave (2013), directed by Steve McQueen and winner of three Oscars, including best picture. If you haven’t seen it, it is a powerful story and I highly recommend it. 1,066 more words

My Answers

Be Careful What You Believe About Yourself‏

“Words are things. You must be careful. Careful about calling people out of their names, using racial pejoratives and sexual pejoratives and all that ignorance. Don’t do that. 1,121 more words