Tag Archives: racisim

Legacy

This November I will be voting in my grandfather’s honor. Wouldn’t it be nice to elect someone who believes in science, respects women, honors the Constitution, and doesn’t bully people on a daily basis? Although my grandfather’s work filled everyone’s … Continue reading

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The Only

In 1996, I was a sophomore at Purdue University. As a member of student government, I was invited to an event at the Black Cultural Center. I was the only white person in a room of more than 100 Black … Continue reading

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Depth of Misery

What do you regard as the lowest depth of misery? For me, it would be inaction in the face of injustice of any kind, knowing I could have done something. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes … Continue reading

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Possibilities

I think for a culture of people who have been for so many years denied and deprived and lacking in self-esteem, it’s extremely hard to see the possibility of what awaits in your future. It’s hard because the world has … Continue reading

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Daily Worrier

 Comical Explanation

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