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Category Archives: Social Justice
After five years of searching and coming up against brick walls, my cousin, Toni Angelique Harrison, has finally found her biological father! For those who have not been following this story, or don’t know me, or haven’t read this blog; … Continue reading →
Colin Kaepernick recently hosted a Know Your Rights Youth Summit in the Bay Area where he gave DNA testing kits to the participants. He explained that he had taken a DNA test that past summer and his connection strengthened to his … Continue reading →
I had one of those “Sleep on it and see how you feel in the morning” moments last night. Last night I watched a Snap Chat video (and actually recorded it with my phone) of at least three white girls … Continue reading →
A women has the right to decide what she feels is best for her own body – in all things.
Poverty is shameful in this country.
Yet, using caviar face cream is not.
Sleeping in the streets is shameful in this country.
Yet, butt injections are not.
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Ain’t Heavy Initiative – Knoxville An Initiative to prevent homlessness in East Tennessee working with the collectives at the East Tennessee Peace and Justice Center “So on we go, his welfare is my concern. No burden is he to bear. We’ll … Continue reading →
By now you probably have heard of Dixon D. White. If you haven’t, you should have. He’s a self-proclaimed redneck calling on all white people to make a video of “White Racial Responsibility.” And he’s making lots of fans along … Continue reading →
But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream! Continue reading →
We need to wake up here in America and demand better accountability, better understanding and just better treatment of all workers. Labor has value. Stop saying that a person who works has “no desirable skills.” Once we stop valuing our workers, we have lost the race. We have all become slaves. Continue reading →
I simply cannot live on my knees.
Yes, most revolutionaries usually do end up dead from an untimely death. I don’t fancy myself to be that influential to be in that category, but I can stand up in my own little way in my own little life. And I hope that my life and my strength brings inspiration to others who are fighting injustice as well.
This is for all my warriors out there. Stand proud and stand tall.
And never, ever live on your knees
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