Tag Archives: civil rights

REAL LIFE V. NRA LIES

I was 4 years old the first time I held a pistol in my hands and until I started moving around the country 40 years ago, guns were an ongoing part of my life. I was taught how to use … Continue reading

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LINK: HAVING BLACK COPS AND BLACK MAYORS DOESN’T END POLICE BRUTALITY

I wanted to pass along the link to this article on Baltimore by Stacia L. Brown in The New Republic. It gives much us to think about. Having Black Cops and Black Mayors Doesn’t End Police Brutality

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COMING OF AGE BELOW THE MASON-DIXON LINE

The older I get, the more I am becoming aware of how very different the home I grew up in was when compared with the homes of my peers. There is so much baggage, so many experiences that I did … Continue reading

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