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Christopher Columbus Day — America’s Biggest Lie

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How is this still a thing?  I mean, seriously?  How has “The Greatest Country” complicit in celebrating a murdering rapist coward like Christopher Columbus?  You’d be hard pressed to argue the pathology of racism and white supremacy being this decision.  I remember getting in trouble in every grade because I would constantly challenge this notion. […]

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The Greatest Trick Ever Played

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Over the last few days I’ve been sitting back watching everyone fight about free speech, the flag, the veterans, blah blah blah.  I’m listening and reading a lot of different people’s stance on these topics and I can’t help but to slap my palm to my forehead.  I ask myself over and over again, how […]

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JUSTICE FOR JAM

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It’s absolutely sickening that it’s been over a year now and we still don’t have closure, justice, or even an explanation of what happened to Jamarion Robinson. You’re probably like “who”? Understandably. Jamarion was just a normal guy living with his girlfriend in East Point, Atlanta. He had just enrolled in college and, by all […]

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A Mile With Regina

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Affectionately known in the streets as “Ma”, Miss Regina Waller was born August 1st 1958 in 3rd Ward Houston Texas.  She says her upbringing was very normal.  There were 9 total kids in which she was number four or five.  I say it that way because she had a twin brother that died at birth. […]