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Before we have a revolution

Before we have a revolution can we just be very clear

about who it is we’re fighting and what it is we fear?

Poems

Pride and Prejudice

Pride goeth before destruction and a haughty spirit before a fall.

With the latest SCOTUS insanity, once again the “gay pride” banner goes up. The question was raised by comedian/pundit Steven Crowder and his insubordinate producer Dan Martin as to why one should take pride in one’s sexual preferences, skin color, sex..

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Culture

Race and Justice in the Age of Ferguson and Baltimore

Now, I’m going to venture out of my comfort zone here, because, well, I have to if I’m going to ever learn and become someone who can talk knowledgeably to my children about things I once knew nothing about. 1,868 more words

Life

When Silence is Complicity

This is a sad, sad day. As I write this, the dust is beginning to settle in Charleston, South Carolina. Dylann Roof has been apprehended, and the full impact of his racist act of domestic terror is only now beginning to reverberate through the lives of those affected by the losses. 632 more words

Culture

The Twin Towers (in Kuala Lumpur)

When I went to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia a few years ago, I had no idea they had twin towers, too. Of course, from my American standpoint, there had been only one set of twin towers, the towers made famous by the tragic events of September 11, 2001. 578 more words

Either I'm a Time Traveler...

…Or we really did just backtrack to the 1960s.

I mean… come on.

All of this? Definitely not okay.

It’s bad enough that America was still struggling to shake off the last big pieces of racism, discrimination, and prejudice from hundreds of years before this madness occurred. 368 more words

Life

Passion and Prejudice

As an Asian, I think I fall under the stereotype of the very ambitious Asian. The one who studies hard, joins a bunch of extracurricular activities as well as competitions– well, you know the type. 894 more words

Sleepy Thoughts