As extreme assault on humans escalates, it is imperative to know your rights as a human being, and how to effectively navigate your way out of a corrupt judicial system. 86 more words
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"Black people can’t talk to white people about race anymore. There’s really nothing left to say. There are libraries full of books, interviews, essays, lectures, and symposia. If people want to learn about their own country and its history, it is not incumbent on black people to talk to them about it. It is not our responsibility to educate them about it. Plus whenever white people want to talk about race, they never want to talk about themselves. There needs to be discussion among people who think of themselves as white. They need to unpack that language, that history, that social position and see what it really offers them, and what it takes away from them. As James Baldwin said, 'As long as you think that you are white, there is no hope for you.'"
Source: Steve Locke. “Why I Don’t Want To Talk About Race.” The Good Men Project. January 8, 2011. http://goodmenproject.com/ethics-values/why-i-dont-want-to-talk-about-race/.
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A musician named Dave Carroll had difficulty with United Airlines. Dave spent over 9 months trying to get United to pay for damages caused by baggage handlers to his custom Taylor guitar. 407 more words