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Come Hell or High Water my review

Come Hell or High Water by Michael Eric Dyson is a book that speaks of the handling and aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Dyson mentions the delayed help, the mismanagement of FEMA and the blatant discrimination that was faced for African American victims who stayed through the storm. 313 more words

Understanding Ferguson: Electing Obama Isn't Enough...

Like most headline news, the Ferguson story will ultimately face an expiration date for ongoing coverage. Although currently center stage, it’s only a matter of time before this one will fade into the occasional sound bite — or referenced along with a couple of words, like Trayvon Martin. 1,177 more words

Thought for the day

The language of faith is crucial because it affords human beings the privilege of intimacy with the ultimate.

~Michael Eric Dyson
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Thought for the day

The language of faith is crucial because it affords human beings the privilege of intimacy with the ultimate.

~Michael Eric Dyson
http://www.inspiritual.biz/thought-for-the-day/

Analyst: Obama 'Needs To Use His Bully Pulpit To Step Up And Articulate' The Racial Tension In Ferguson

WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson is calling on President Barack Obama to “step up” and articulate to Americans what’s really fueling the protests in Ferguson following the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown by a police officer. 1,346 more words

News

'Too little information': Roland Martin questions Michael Eric Dyson's 'brutal execution' verdict

Even though the investigation is ongoing, Michael Eric Dyson seems to know the precise circumstances surrounding the shooting of Michael Brown based on the autopsy report… 198 more words

US Politics

"Talking Heads" - Think Before You Talk

I don’t know about you, but sometimes when I watch the news I wonder what planet these talking head “experts” are from.

Michael Eric Dyson is regarded as an expert on race relations.  731 more words

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