Monthly Archives: March 2015

Black Lives Matter: Still Doesn’t Stop Our Injustices

We marched in great numbers, we chanted our thoughts, we tweeted our anger, we recorded the police habits, we petitioned our needs, and we spoke with fire. After all these actions taken we thought something was going to change. Except, … Continue reading

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Blacks and Pit Bulls: Similar View in Society

Mentally and physically conditioned to fight one another and in instances kill, a media imagery of being aggressive and dangerous, engagement with law enforcement sometimes leads to shooting and deaths, and negative propaganda forces those who aren’t familiar with them … Continue reading

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Why Our Support of Lee Daniels and Empire Prove We are a Weaker Generation than our Civil Rights Leaders

In history, we have been used in America as sheer entertainment pawns. We are often the act, the talent, the entertainer while being controlled by whites; from what to wear, to what venues to perform at, to what we should … Continue reading

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