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The Hard Work of Deconstructing Oppression

So Rep. Paul Ryan alleges that the problems of the inner city are attributable to an endemic culture of shiftlessness? My brain and spirit are so fatigued right now, I won’t dive into a heavy analytical piece about the White … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin Please Go Have A Seat

On this the 20th day of January, 2014, which marks the 85th birthday celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we celebrate the birth, life and legacy of a man who sacrificed everything for the cause of gaining equality of … Continue reading

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Swept Away

What allows .US. to be so apathetic to our fellow’s plight, To be so callous and cold as a dark wint’ry night, While poverty ravages both living and unborn like the raging waters of a monster storm Purging whole cities … Continue reading

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Soul Searching

I have been doing quite a bit of reading lately. Some books, some blogs, my Twitter TL. I’m a voracious consumer of almost anything related to economic and social justice for PoC, faith and community and current events. So when … Continue reading

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