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On Forgiveness

To violently judge and condemn oneself is to violently judge and condemn others; to violently judge and condemn others is to violently judge and condemn oneself. 30 more words


Want to do some good?

(Say each statement 3 times out loud while tapping on the top of your head at the crown chakra and say it a fourth time while tapping on your chest at the heart chakra)  789 more words

SFT (Spiritual Freedom Technique) Taps

Racism is still alive and well in the technology minefield that is the present day

Cyber racism starts from extremist groups on social media and websites, to collective racism when an actor gets cast in a role normally played by someone of a different race. 281 more words

Nonviolent conscience

Let your nonviolent conscience be your guide and hopefully we as a nonviolent species will survive short, intermediate and long term.

The Problem with Colorblindness

I don’t see color when I look at you.

There’s only one race, and that’s the human race.

We’re all the same.

At one point or another, we have all heard these and other similar declarations from non-melanated people who want to be perceived as bias-free. 93 more words

Diversity & Inclusion

James Baldwin - Down At The Cross (II)

This post follows from my post James Baldwin – Down At The Cross pretty directly, so I would encourage you to take the time to start there. 4,072 more words


Why Weed Decriminalization Alone Won't Fix Racist Drug Enforcement

Hidden amid the smoke clouds of last week’s National Weed Day was a decision by the city of Atlanta to put off a vote on marijuana decriminalization. 180 more words