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My eyes opened...

And I saw color.
I saw gender and the scars.
Scars that aren’t seen.


MMP#150: On Ferguson, A City in the Heart of Misery

A Marz Media milestone coincides with what may be a watershed moment in American history. LeMar reflects on the fallout in Ferguson, Missouri and around the country, in hopes of processing it all in the name of progress. 15 more words


This Country Of Ours

By: Shawn Davis

My feelings on the Michael Brown Jr. case run the complete gamut of human emotion but the one that I don’t feel is surprise, not one bit. 1,302 more words

Random Thoughts...

Ferguson's Burning and So Am I

When I woke up this morning, I thought my emotions from last night would have disintegrated a bit… the truth is, I feel worse today than I did last night. 560 more words



Too much injustice and things that have been ignored for far too long… especially in this country…

Ferguson Verdict

I just watched the press conference given by the prosecution, President Obama’s subsequent address, and viewed dozens of photos from the riot that occurred last night in Ferguson. 604 more words

Negative Proliferation

What Can We Teach Our Children About Privilege?

I am a young, single, white mother. As a woman, I wouldn’t count myself among the privileged. As a WHITE woman, however, I would.

The nation is in turmoil after last night’s verdict in Ferguson, Missouri. 1,142 more words