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Role Models

Role models

Everyone is a nonviolent role model for everyone else. Everyone is ethically bound to everyone else. Because in part each of us is each of us or I am you just as sure I am me and you are me just as sure as you are you. 6 more words

We'll take less care of you, don't fly the flag!

I remember the days when British Airways were supposedly a top class airline, for every one of their passengers. In truth, I havent flown with them now for many years. 431 more words


Black America Does Not Want Ice Cream. We Want Justice.

From Affinity Magazine

Today America’s law enforcement officers offered up yet another tone-deaf response to the issue of state-sanctioned violence while continuing to uphold white supremacy by cooperating with the devaluing of our bodies and enabling of race soldiers to slaughter us. 903 more words

White Supremacy

Finding Equality In The American Justice System

We need to strive for justice for all, but that means treating people who are different on the outside, the same. We need equality in the justice system in order to strive for a fair and just world where people are tried for their crime and not for their color.

Man’s Field

By Ben Ransom

I grew up on the edge of farm land. By Great Central Valley standards, they were compact parcels, each with its own dedication. 382 more words

Evolving Away form the Mentality of Violence

Evolving Away from the Mentality Involved in All Acts of Violence and Militarism on any Level

“We cannot solve the problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”. 460 more words

Album review: Solange uncovers truth on 'A Seat at the Table'

When you hear the name Solange, the first idea that probably pops in your head is her sisterhood with Beyoncé. Both are fashion novas, voices for racial equality and feminism, but Solange’s popularity is in no way whatsoever contingent on her sister’s. 762 more words