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An Archetypal Perspective on Homegoing

Archetypes are everywhere. From the novels we read, to our day-to-day lives. I am currently reading the novel Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi, and have come across several archetypes so far. 1,182 more words

"The "New" Jim Crow"

We hope our country has moved beyond the days of Jim Crow……….

But now, a  new Jim Crow mentality has appeared……..

Consumers denied services because of whose hand holds their own…….patrons banned from restaurants because of work and political affiliations……….. 92 more words

Life Musings From A Reiki Master And Intuitive Animal Communicator

Malcolm X in his own words by Sarah Machajewski

Malcolm X, the famous African American activist, remains a figure of controversy years after his assassination in 1965. This book uses the embattled leader’s own words to explore his life, from the early death of his father to his own untimely death.

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Jim Crow Laws

The United States has been home to many laws, rules, statues, and regulations that infringe the rights, personal liberties and beliefs of the minority class of its society. 1,984 more words

(1-9)To Kill a Mockingbird

              To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel about the 1930’s in Maycomb, Alabama.  Scout Finch is perplexed by all of the mysteries that happen in and around her town.  633 more words

To Kill A Mockingbird

Voting is a Right NOT a Privilege ~~ The Struggle continues

Time to pass the Voting Rights Act, change redistricting rules and make it easier for ALL Americans to VOTE

Dear America

Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. 650 more words

United States

How the South Rose Again

The Nth Generation

3. How the South Rose Again

Events are spinning out quickly as we move through the Fourth Turning. In the last chapter I debunked Steve Bannon’s theory that the catalyst of the era was the mortgage meltdown of 2008, then critiqued his warmongering vision for American global hegemony, and finally asserted that his raison la guerre was to become president himself. 1,502 more words