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Reminder that Change is Slow

I read an article today that talked about how a black organization was exploiting the death of a black man, using the incident as “a springboard for an organized hate campaign.” The article talks about how community leaders are trying … Continue reading

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The Offended White Boy

Do you remember Bo Bice? Neither did I. Not too long ago there was a show called American Idol, where semi-talented singers entered a contest to get a record deal. In 2005, Bice competed on the show but lost to … Continue reading

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OWS, BLM and the Group-Think Perception

A couple of years ago, before the Black Lives Matter movement, there was the Occupy Wall Street movement. I’m sure a lot of people remember them. The main protesters were in NY and they took over a park. It became … Continue reading

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Ultimately, Facebook Reminds Me How Little Things Have Changed

Honestly, there isn’t a lot that can be said about the recent shootings of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and the five police officers. I didn’t want to write about the subject because I know how this country works. Once the … Continue reading

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Photo Inspiration

The inspiration for this pair of photos from my recent Commuter set was a strange set of coincidences. As I was heading home, this gentleman sat across from me. I had my headphones on listening to music. I wasn’t paying … Continue reading

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The White Devil Works to Oppress with Cake

Racism is everywhere in America. People want to hide racism, think it’s not as bad it seems, but my brothers and sisters, The Man is always trying to put us down in an up front and also in subtle ways. … Continue reading

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The Terror Next Door

I didn’t watch the President Sunday night from the Oval Office. I was at work and to be honest, if I wanted to watch it or hear about it I could have gone on numerous websites to get the information, … Continue reading

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Black ‘Truthers’ and why Black Lives Matter

It’s hard for people to understand how other people live. We can empathize, we can give support but to actually understand how the neighbor lives is difficult. When there is something we don’t understand, in a lot of instances we … Continue reading

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The Chaotic Fringe Response to Those Who Disagree with #AssaultAtSpringValleyHigh

To the conservative people out there in social media. I have seen a lot of you commenting on the SC throw down by Officer Ben Fields. Actually, a better representation of what I have seen is people who believe the … Continue reading

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Resistance Is Futile

The case of another officer roughing up a black teenager, caught on a smartphone, has caused the usual hand wringing, racial confrontation and other reactions that are becoming the typical responses to these incidents. Social media, which I have to … Continue reading

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