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Fighting for our Lives

Fifteen years ago, black suspect, Neal Mack gasped for breath, using the all too familiar words “I can’t breathe.”  Mr. Mack was handcuffed and having…

The Conversation

White America has been made aware there is a conversation black parents have been compelled to have with their children, literally, for centuries. The conversation,…

Remaking the Culture

Senator Ron Johnson said the blatant part out loud, that he fears black people and not white people. When confronted about his remarks, surprise, surprise,…

LEGACY

Marchers were beaten into withdrawal, spoiling their first attempt to march from Selma to the state capital of Montgomery, Alabama. In the ensuing successful march…

The Lowest Common Denominator

On March 25, 1965, eleven days after the candles were blown out on my birthday cake, Ms. Viola Liuzzo was gunned down in her car…

In the Thought Bubble

Men’s basketball has been in the Bubble and fittingly (I guess) the women are in the Wubble. Baseball is playing before packed houses of canned…

The Sleep, The Woke, and The Smart

For most black people in America, we encounter three types of white people. The first are the sleepers, those who live in a somnambulant world…