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An Unsolicited Hybrid Perspective!

I don’t watch the news, nor do I have a desire to. I feel like I need to assimilate american news in doses as to not cause myself too much anxiety on a daily basis….I am a sensitive soul and am at the age where I feel the need to control what energy I expose myself to. 879 more words

I'm still angry...and I'm not going to change

Image from motherofcolor.com showing just a few of the recent dead. #BlackLivesMatter

Not as long as a young black man is killed every 28 hours in this country by cops, pseudo cops, or vigilantes (such as George Zimmerman – because neighborhood watch does not constitute pseudo cop). 1,184 more words

PROOF of Police-Sanctioned Racial Profiling


Massachusetts State Police issued an apology Monday for a bumper sticker on one of their police cruisers that read: “Racial Profiling Saves Lives,” but not before lying about it. 109 more words

Race Issues Raised When Oakland Firefighter, Kids Detained By Police Officer

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — A black Oakland firefighter has filed a complaint with the Oakland Police Department after he and his young kids were detained by a white police officer outside the station where the firefighter worked. 444 more words


Activists Call for Ordinance Prohibiting Racial Profiling in Beverly Hills

Civil rights activists called for an ordinance prohibiting racial profiling in Beverly Hills on Friday in the wake of last week’s arrest of a black film producer who was mistaken for a bank robber. 208 more words

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Beyond Ferguson - August 29th, 2014

Plea To Ferguson’s Leaders: To Help Heal, Acknowledge Our Hurt | NPR

Ferguson, Mo., is a study in contrasts. It boasts spacious Victorians in its historic section, with lush green lawns, many featuring “I Heart Ferguson” signs. 569 more words

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The NFL and Domestic Violence

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell issued a statement to the press, and a memo to NFL personnel, responding to the backlash against his recent disciplinary decision regarding Baltimore Ravens runningback Ray Rice. 842 more words