Category Archives: racial injustice

Impeachment Explained in the Spirit of Schoolhouse Rock

October 2019 The Good Fight’s Animated Guide To Impeachment [1:55]:  “How’s impeachment work? This tongue-in-cheek animated video from The Good Fight, created by Jonathan Coulton and appearing at the end of Season 2, Episode 7 (“Day 450″), will tell you … Continue reading

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Bernie Sanders: Now Is The Time

October 2019 Check out Harry Belafonte:    “When you have an opportunity to tell two black girls to shut up and get off stage and you don’t.  And you shake their hand and you smile and you step to the … Continue reading

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Tim Black’s Review of Bernie Ad

Thursday, October 17th 2019 Rising Up | Bernie 2020 [4:55]:   And this brother here, Tim Black, is not perfect but I’m completely down with him and his take on the evisceration of Bernie by the MSM.   This New … Continue reading

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Wednesday, October 17th 2019     ♣

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The Great Generation’s Great (Dis)illusionment

“Happy” Indiginous People’s Day – Monday, October 14th 2019   I am sad that the “Great Generation” is dying off either clinging to antiquated notions of romantic patriotism, or with the painful understanding that their entire lives were lived on … Continue reading

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My Son’s Existential Taste in Pop Culture

October 11th 2019   Compensating for my own upbringing, I vowed to always tell my kids the truth and keep them informed.  (It seemed a cute little game to just B.S. kids in the 70’s, and stay blithely unaware of … Continue reading

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A Healing Pilgrimage

Friday, October 4th 2019   In one of the stranger moves I’ve made in my life lately, I spent over six hours in the car on this day in order to go back to the scene of a very painful … Continue reading

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