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#BlackLivesMatter: Waiting on the Movement

June 26, 2015 • Politics

Last August, as the steam gathered behind the national sentiments of anger following the death of Michael Brown, I kept waiting for the moment that something or someone was going to grab the reins and take it to the next level.  As the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter emerged and assumed a life of its own, I kept …

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Race

Thoughts on Charleston: White Supremacy and Racism

June 22, 2015 • Race

Nine lives were taken in a church a few days ago in Charleston by a wanna-be white supremacist. The victims were black. The massacre occurred at the

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Politics

#BlackLivesMatter: Waiting on the Movement

June 26, 2015 • Politics

Last August, as the steam gathered behind the national sentiments of anger following the death of Michael Brown, I kept waiting for the moment that

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Justice

Dear Black People: Stop Being So Forgiving

June 22, 2015 • Justice

Dylann Roof is the face of evil and racism incarnate. The fact that this 21-year-old man walked into bible study class at Emanuel African Methodist

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Media

Charleston: Paul Thurmond Said What Needed To Be Said

June 24, 2015 • Media, Video

Some of you young’ns won’t recognize the name Thurmond in the context of South Carolina. Those who know their history and have a

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Entertainment

Jay-Z and Beyonce Aint The Problem, Charity Ripoffs Are

May 20, 2015 • Entertainment

Now I am not a die hard fan/stan for Jay Z or Beyonce so when the news about their donations to Ferguson and Baltimore came out I kind of felt

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Gender

Consuming The Other: Rachel Dolezal’s Charade Bulldozes Black Womanhood

June 16, 2015 • Culture, Gender

By now, you’ve probably heard the sordid and bewildering story of world class Decepticon, Rachel Dolezal, explode across your social media

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Race

Thoughts on Charleston: White Supremacy and Racism

June 22, 2015 • Race

Nine lives were taken in a church a few days ago in Charleston by a wanna-be white supremacist. The victims were black. The massacre occurred at the Emanuel

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Racism: The Charleston Church Shooting

June 19, 2015 • Race

All eyes of the world are focused on Charleston, South Carolina, as yet another mass murder has taken place. This time it took place at a setting most people

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Gender

Consuming The Other: Rachel Dolezal’s Charade Bulldozes Black Womanhood

June 16, 2015 • Culture, Gender

By now, you’ve probably heard the sordid and bewildering story of world class Decepticon, Rachel Dolezal, explode across your social media timelines. Each

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Dr. Umar Johnson and The Power of the Punani

June 16, 2015 • Education, Gender

I am noticing more and more mentioned indiscretions with men and their “insignificant others”. If these men aren’t caught up with their side pieces, then

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Politics

#BlackLivesMatter: Waiting on the Movement

June 26, 2015 • Politics

Last August, as the steam gathered behind the national sentiments of anger following the death of Michael Brown, I kept waiting for the moment that something

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Charleston Massacre Calls for More Than Removal of a Flag

June 24, 2015 • Politics

Good evening readers. Like many of you, I have been reading the ongoing coverage of the Charleston, South Carolina church massacre. I’m not a Southerner, but

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Justice

Dear Black People: Stop Being So Forgiving

June 22, 2015 • Justice

Dylann Roof is the face of evil and racism incarnate. The fact that this 21-year-old man walked into bible study class at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal

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Charleston Shootings, Racism, and America

June 19, 2015 • Justice

So much madness occurs in relation to people at churches. One would think that a place as sacred as the church wouldn’t attract such hatred and civil

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