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Still timely after 42 years

Instead of a Friday Photo, I’m posting a Friday Video. This song by Stevie Wonder has been discussed as one of the best protest songs ever. Released in 1974, it is still timely.

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Black men aren’t the problem

Last night I went to bed knowing that an unarmed black man was shot in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This morning I woke up to a news report of yet another black man killed by police in my hometown, Charlotte, North Carolina. … Continue reading

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Baton Rouge is a microcosm of our country

The Friday Photo July 15, 2016 I don’t have a photo this week, instead I am sharing a video circulating on the web that I made myself watch last night. When police wearing militarized gear charge peaceful protestors on private … Continue reading

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