Monthly Archives: August 2014

Police state: The remnants of war

The events in #Ferguson are not only raising questions of police brutality, freedom of press/ ammendment rights, and racial tension; they are also exposing the growing militarization of America’s police forces. http://billmoyers.com/2014/08/13/not-just-ferguson-11-eye-opening-facts-about-americas-militarized-police-forces/ When police respond to emotionally charged protestors with … Continue reading

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#Pleasedontshoot the movement

Students at Howard University should be eagerly rushing around campus in anticipation for the fall semester. Instead they gathered to take this powerful photograph which embodies a quickly growing movement across America and the world. The movement spurred through the … Continue reading

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Where have all the black boys gone?

I’m raising a young black man. When will he cross over into the dangerous territory of being a black man in public, has he already? Continue reading

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