source url Shouldn’t there be a raged outcry for justice by all American citizens who own a television or a smart phone? Better yet, anyone who has internet access should be in an uproar! I mean, does anyone know the truth about America’s biased judicial history towards African Americans? And I am not talking about the old 1950’s justice system. I am shining the spotlight on the ever-present unfairness Black America still fights with today. History has shown us how these biased behaviors have been allowed and now have become the premise of our country. Here is a contrasted time line of how America has progressed on the matter of racial injustice. Continue reading Racial injustice; is America ignoring the truth?→
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There may be few today, if any, old enough to remember the old family custom of gathering around the dinning room table for daily meals—at least once a day.
My most vivid remembrance of it is during the months I spent with my grandparents in West Virginia after refusing to return with my mother and siblings, following a holiday visit with her parents and sisters, to her teaching position at the time in a rural part of Southwestern Virginia off I-81 near Wytheville. I always loved the country—but that place was MADICALOUS! (as my daughter would say when learning to talk. Even “Dog Patch,” about the most primitive of cartoons, had a road through it. No, not Pine Ridge. Continue reading Back to basic communication . . .→