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The Devil’s Work In Charleston, South Carolina

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The first Africans upon the slave ships destined for the Americas sensed the coming of a great and lasting catastrophe. They had nothing that would protect and fortify them from the coming centuries of bondage and tyranny, so they sent out an exalting wail beseeching God’s mercy. God looked down on them and saw that they had nothing. They were naked and in chains. God in His singular wisdom took the very sound of their lament and turned it into their shield and their weapon, and today we call that sound music. Read More »

Interview: Nicole Weaver, Author of ‘Not All Americans Are Racist’

"I wrote the essay for anyone who has been a victim of discrimination and especially for America’s youth."

"I wrote the essay for anyone who has been a victim of discrimination and especially for America’s youth." Read More »

White Youth Corps Against Bigotry

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There need to be regiments of young white people coalescing into squadrons of anti-racism reformers to modernize and re-educate white racists. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Butler’

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The Butler follows one man's journey from survival to understanding as he transitions from the cotton field to The White House. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Adopted Son’ by Dominic Peloso

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A new form of civil rights movement, involving possible alien invasion, where love and peace or racism and war are the possible outcome. Read More »

50th Anniversary of Dr. King’s Speech – Why the Dream Can No Longer Be Deferred

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It is necessary and compelling that the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was honored on the 50th anniversary of his famous speech, but now we have to go about continuing the process. Read More »

Swiss Mess – Oprah Winfrey’s Incident Indicative of Bigger World Problems

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Here we are in 2013, and racism keeps rearing its ugly head. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Place at the Table’ by Susan Rebecca White

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Three characters' life stories intermingle in a New York City cafe. Read More »

Book Review: Is ‘Black’ Really Beautiful?: Dehumanizing and Intentional Ethics of Descriptions and Vilifying Philosophies of Naming by Kuir ë Garang

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The subject is touchy to many and talked about on a realistic level by very few. Read More »

Movie Review: 42

A timely film, but not just because it's about baseball. Read More »