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Justice 4 Trayvon Martin: Will the hype last?

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Like the rest of America my newsfeed, tumblr, twitter, instagram etc have been filled with people’s opinion on Sunday’s Zimmerman verdict. And most of the response has been pro-Trayvon (I guess I pick my friends wisely). There have been tons of pictures of people at rallies, impassioned statuses about how unfair the verdict was, and […]

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Trayvon, White Racial Apathy, Subconscious Racism, and the Myth of “Fact”

“I know what the world has done to my brother and how narrowly he has survived it and I know, which is much worse, and this is the crime of which I accuse my country and my countrymen and for which neither I nor time nor history will ever forgive them, that they have destroyed […]

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Get it Together, Obama

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If I can be candid, Obama’s response to the recent ‘not guilty’ verdict in the George Zimmerman trial was bull. Read Below: The death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy.  Not just for his family, or for any one community, but for America.  I know this case has elicited strong passions.  And in the wake […]

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Imagine if Trayvon Killed George Zimmerman

I decided to put my feeling about the George Zimmerman not guilty verdict into a 16 bar verse. The lyrics are below Do you wanna know how messed up the system is? Imagine if Trayvon killed George Zimmerman

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Today in Post-Race History: Reminders from July 13, 2013

I don’t know what to write. I don’t have the words. I think what a lot of us must be feeling, just days after the Zimmerman acquittal, exists on the very edge of language, or just beyond its grasp. Frustrated, helpless, angry, sad all inadequately describe this country’s latest fuck you to a black boy’s […]

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10 Most Hated Words, Names, & Idioms: Post Zimmerman Trial

“WE THE JURY FIND GEORGE ZIMMERMAN, NOT GUILTY” As you watch CNN & HLN for post verdict dialogue do you cringe when the re-play of the verdict is televised? Are you finding yourself emotionally wrecked, not really knowing how to express your thoughts? For me, I can taste the animosity at the tip of my tongue. […]

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Beyond Electoral Politics: A 21st Century Poor People’s Campaign

“We will lead waves of the nation’s poor and disinherited to Washington, D.C. next spring to demand redress of their grievances by the United States government and to secure at least jobs or income for all. We will go there, we will demand to be heard and we will stay until America responds. If this […]

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9 Reasons folks Anticipate RIOTS if Trayvon Martin Verdict is UNJUST

When it comes to JUSTICE in the Black community, the culture is often times robbed of equality. Although our United Nation has come a long way, it’s certainly clear that racism is still alive AND unclear if it will ever vanish. None of us will ever forget the history of a culture set up to […]

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Why Fruitvale Station is a Game Changer for Young Black Men

I was blessed to attend the Oakland premiere of Fruitvale Station and as a person who does most of my work around race and specifically how Black men are portrayed in the mainstream media. This movie is a Game Changer! If the jury of the Zimmerman trial saw this film, George Zimmerman would immediately be […]

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Doing For Each Other What America Won’t Do For Us

America has no idea what to do with all of itself, so we have to figure it out for each other. I must confess, the events of the past few weeks have left me feeling speechless, overwhelmed, and divided within myself. From the Zimmerman trial, the gutting of the VRA, and the bittersweet advances for […]

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