“I still think this tragic killing of Breonna Taylor, in the sanctity of her own home, is one of the worst ones that I have ever seen,” Crump said during the meeting, which was streamed online. “She did not deserve to die in this manner.”
As we confront this pain and suffering one thing is clear, we must not engage in “happy talk” about “we are in this together” and “we are going to be alright.” From our point of view, we are not all experiencing this pandemic in the same way.
Dr. Stevie (Dr. View) Johnson’s latest hip-hop mixtape follows the same Blueprint of Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man but in musical form. (IN)VISIBLE MAN serves as a physical, artistic coping and entertaining device for the culture. I rate the album…
REMOVES “UNARMED” AND ADDS THAT AUTHORITIES HAVE NOT CONFIRMED THAT ARBERY WAS EITHER ARMED OR UNARMED – People react during a rally to protest the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery, Friday, May 8, […]
Candace Owens has gone from being the pretty Black girl with the smooth vernacular to having her #Blackgirlmagic card snatched permanently.
The image of a free Black man has always symbolized a threat to the status quote, a truth the late James Baldwin illustrated in The Fire Next Time decades ago when he wrote…
“When I tried to breathe, I found chains holding my throat, preventing me from catching my breath. I felt the crushing weight of white supremacy, forcing itself on my body,” Gary Hardie from Citizen Ed says.