saw Pete walk in. I waved. He kept coming towards me with a troubled look on his face. He was visibly upset at the discussions he had with the white men in his click.
I stumbled onto a well-written Daily Kos article that should give every American irrespective of their race, pause. The response by a white Canadian was even more prescient.
If you haven’t noticed, there are a ton of articles, blogs, and videos about the 50-year anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination. Judge these works based on their merit, but also the actions of the author or producer who published them.
For every reaction like Mary’s, many Progressives and others likely reacted with the same emotion who just did not post their ire.
It was refreshing to see the frankness with which, Gregg Popovich, told some necessary truths that are required to promote healing.
Late last night an FB post brought tears to my eyes. You see, it was my younger cousin with much younger kids going through the same modus operandi again.
My heart sank listening to this caller to Politics Done Right yesterday, but she opened the door for a path forward on race relations. We will make it better.
‘Race’ is a difficult subject that should not be. After all, race is a social construct. It is a physical attribute used to segregate and control.
Kwame Rose, Keisha Thomas, and Steven Orozco visit LoneStar College system to discuss History of acting in the moment and race in America.
I was touched by this story because it illustrates something much deeper than goodness but instead a race oneness we must hold on to in these times.