In 2021, I am still asking these three questions …
Juneteenth can no longer stand in the shadows of America’s celebration of independence
“We reject the notion that police ‘keep us safe’ and refuse to work with them.”
The struggle for Black Tulsan survivors and their descendants to receive reparations has been a century-old controversy, one that is a pox on this country’s unwillingness to redress the human rights violation and generational loss of accumulated wealth.
No applause for this hate-filled coming out party.
What happened in Atlanta should be considered a hate crime.
Still, it’s hard for many to believe that America can change.
“Fauci recognized our distrust in the medical system but assured the audience that the speed of the vaccine does not compromise its safety nor scientific integrity.”
Harris stands on shoulders of giants.
"Since marriage equality is out of the question, can the LGBTQ community trust Pope Francis to follow through on civil unions?"