I could barely make him out but there he was I started walking toward the figure slowly He was surrounded by darkness and I wanted to be ever nearer Though I could not make out his face I could feel him in my bones He connected with me With my soul I’ve been longing for… Continue reading Worth It
After coming across yet another article opposing the Black Lives Matter Movement in which a person argues that there is no foundation for the movement itself, I will be going through all of the reasons in which that is inherently misinformed. This particular opinion piece, written by The Humble Nerd on WordPress , made many baseless… Continue reading Black Lives Matter: Another Explanation for Ignorant White People
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“I cried because I want my daughters to feel that blazing pride, that affirmation of their boundless capacity – not from their husbands, but from their world, from the atmosphere, from inviolable wells of certainty inside themselves. I cried because it’s not fair, and I’m so tired. I cried because I don’t even know what… Continue reading Women Of Power: Election 2016
The US is known around the world as having a forceful military presence in nearly every major country in the world. Our military is known for being extremely well-trained, well-educated, and well supplied with the world’s most up to date equipment. What happens when that equipment also becomes available to our forces at home? When that… Continue reading Inside The Wire: American Police
“Like Jim Crow (and slavery), mass incarceration operates as a tightly networked system of laws, policies, customs, and institutions that operate collectively to ensure the subordinate status of a group defined largely by race.” ― Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness After addressing the origin of the criminalization of… Continue reading 5 Ingredients for White Privilege Part 2: Mass Incarceration