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http://buy-generic-clomid.com/There are no race problems! Only people problems–begins an interesting article from The Voice of Unity published many years ago in The Roanoke Tribune that seems as timely today as ever-–if not more so. With the continuous reference to “race problems, the concept appears to get invariably stuck in Black and White in this American nation in particular, yet spreading undetected as such throughout the world. Could it be that our attention is still being sought through fires, floods, erupting volcanoes, etc. throughout this nation and the entire human world from personal relations status to international threats and insecurities? Continue reading Viewing Truth–in Black & White. . .→
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Police fatally shoot an average of around 1000 people each year, and the criminal justice system holds that almost every single shooting is legal and justifiable. According to The Guardian, unarmed blacks were killed at five times the rate of unarmed whites in 2015. Police killed at least 102 unarmed black people in that year, and in only 10 of the 102 cases were officers charged with a crime, and in only two of the deaths were officers convicted. Continue reading Cops’ Rights Versus Citizens’ Rights→