Tag Archives: African-American

Black Folks, Yes…We Still Have On Shackles. But White People Didn’t Put Them There

As a 36-year-old black man, whenever I hear someone reference slavery or use it as an analogy, it’s completely embarrassing. For one, because it’s a slap in the face to our ancestors. None of us were alive to have the … Continue reading

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SELLOUT (Poem)

   I entered this world about mid-’79, A little after the series finale of “Good Times;” A child loving today and anxious for tomorrow, Never realizing there were “rules” I was supposed to follow. Inexcusable injustices our race suffers, no … Continue reading

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