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12/13/14, One Week Later

Around this time on 12/13/14, a date that will not only be remembered as the last sequential date of this century but also a date when thousands across the nation marched against systemic racism and police brutality, I too marched as one in the crowd of the Millions March NYC. 1,383 more words

Ferguson

Joe Biden’s ‘Slip’ of Tongue Affirms Left-Wing Bigotry

Through the years, republicans have been wrongfully accused as being the party of racially discriminating, oppressive politics. This isn’t even close to the reality when put in historical context. 784 more words

General

THE GAY BASHING BELIEVERS!

Recently someone consulted me about  a young teen  girl who is gay went to the girls restroom in her church… and the Ushers were so blatantly cruel decided that  they would call her out as a  boy because of her  attire. 897 more words

WHO IS ANNIE LEE COOPER?

Annie Lee Cooper… was born in Selma, Alabama in June 2, 1910. She dropped out of school and move to Kentucky…and  then returned back to participate in the Civil Rights Movement! 94 more words

Selma Early Review - Thrilling, Triumphant, and Timely

The story of Selma, Martin Luther King’s march between the Alabama cities of Selma and Montgomery, is one of great success, and yet, in the context of 2014, it also highlights a great many failures. 762 more words

Reviews

Selma Early Review

The story of Selma, Martin Luther King’s march between the Alabama cities of Selma and Montgomery, is one of great success, and yet, in the context of 2014, it also highlights a great many failures. 763 more words

Dear Celebrities: The #BlackLivesMatter Movement Needs More of You to Step Up

For over a week now, I have been working on an essay that began as a harsh critique of celebrities’ lack of involvement in the #BlackLivesMatter and #ICantBreathe protests. 315 more words

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