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Trump...at a second glance (or, the implication of society) 

President-elect Donald Trump has been inaugurated and is officially the president of the United States of America. Now what?!
It behooves us to at least try to be open to any implications of ourselves in the collective manifestation of what just might be the spearhead of an American shadow side. 706 more words


5 Things America Learned Since Trump Became President

On January 20, 2017, the 45th President of the United States was officially sworn into office.  Donald John Trump, Queens New York native and wealthy businessman is now the President of the United States. 766 more words


Our Cross to Bear

I never understood how a person can judge another based on the color of her skin, to devalue her, to think she is beneath the worth of another human being.  1,096 more words

Ta-Nehesi Coates: "Thinking They are White"

Ta-nehesi Coates’s book on racism was one of the most provocative books I read last year. Mr. Coates grew up an impoverished black child in Baltimore, Maryland, managed to escape with an education, and wrote this very revealing book about what it is like to grow up under the tyranny of racism in ’70’s and 80’s America.  582 more words


Did you just ask for someone to show respect to Donald Trump?


You must have recently asked for someone to be respectful to Donald Trump. Go fuck yourself and eat shit.


Trump is a thing which… 239 more words


Wagner and antisemitism

“I hate Wagner, but I hate him on my knees.”—Leonard Bernstein.

That is a quote I found in this site. Later on, the author of the site, Prof. 989 more words

Research Point

The Truth in Black and White

If you want to make the world a better place
Take a look at yourself, and then make a change

“Man in the Mirror”, Michael Jackson… 527 more words