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* AlphaBooks Blogging: F is for Freakonomics

My son suggested Freakonomics by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner for today’s AlphaBooks Blogging.   Yes, my blog is becoming a family affair.  The “Steven’s,” a journalist and an economist, have formed a clever and enduring partnership.   235 more words

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* AlphaBooks Blogging B: Beyond the Color Line

Beyond the Color Line: New Perspectives on Race and Ethnicity in America is my top choice for today’s AlphaBooks Blogging.  This book, published in 2002, is composed of 25 essays by leading researchers and scholars from the Hoover Institution.   267 more words

Blogging: Beginnings And More

No Arley Gill: The Grand Jury Was Wrong

No Arley Gill: The Grand Jury Was Wrong

This essay was published on December 24, 2014, in Now Grenada. Click Here for essay   


Jab Jab: The True Essence

Okay, I know. Carnival is still months away. Despite this truth, however, the carnival celebration context is not the only context in which the Jab Jab masquerade can be talked about. 1,050 more words


Nothing Atheist About “Real” Black Atheist

Nothing is wrong with the need to understand about one’s distance past; one’s history. The eagerness to learn about our African past is real and alive in Grenada. 2,302 more words


Focus On South Florida: Race Matters

We’ve seen it happening in a  number of U.S. cities like Ferguson, MO and Baltimore. Now, amid questions of mistreatment in our community, CBS4 Investigator Jim DeFede has put together a 3-part series of special reports called Race Matters: Policing by the Numbers. 35 more words

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Black History Month: The Lesson we Have Missed

We are now in the middle of celebrating another Black History Month, and again the failures and achievements of the black struggle are discussed and debated in almost all arenas. 1,193 more words