Category: racism & equality

Today, Facts, by Demetrius Copeland

Today, in the time that we’re living in, racial discrimination is the norm of the of day, (damn) rather it’s in the justicial system and our lives being treated as unequals with so-called blind justice with verdicts like Trayvon’s or failing indict with on camera murders like Tamir’s […]

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Being Black Is Scary, by Lonnie Roacher

I remember when Sammy Sosa the superstar ,major league baseball player and Michael Jackson the worldwide pop icon bleached there skin, we all looked at them as if they were mentally unstable, and ashamed of there dark, melenated skin. But after witnessing the unjustifiable murders of unarmed, blackmen…and […]

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COMMUNITY CONTROL, by Sean Brown

In many inner cities across America, African-American youth are killing each other over neighborhoods which don’t even belong to Us. We may want to claim all these territories, but the reality is that they belong to corporations & to the government. At any given time, the government can […]

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I Can Barely Breathe, by WILLIAM CARTER

The air is suffocating with the intoxicating culture of racial inequality. More than 400 years after black people were deemed full people with rights, being black still equates to living a life full of tension, anxiety, and uncertainty. I remain incarcerated 11 years after committing a crime attempting […]

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PEACE? by OTIS MADISON

Donald Trump said, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts”; yet, still calling for peace! Mr. Trump, before you continue to try to perpetuate this pseudo calling of peace, why don’t you take the time to educate yourself? Better yet, allow me. I love being the one to […]

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BLM, What does that mean? by Sean Brown

There are people making the argument that “All Lives Matter” & so Black Lives Matter is trying to make Black lives stand above all else. Though I understand their point of view, I must respectfully disagree with their grasp of the situation. It’s impossible to honestly state that […]

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