“Well, at least we’re not Mississippi!” That’s a phrase I’ve used many times throughout my life. Normally when talking about the latest embarrassment from the State of Georgia. Embarrassments that generally stifle any progress the State makes. Everything ranging from Honey Boo Boo to voter suppression; snowpocalypse to a school hosting its first integrated promContinue reading “Wait, there’s a statue of KKK Grand Wizard, Nathan Bedford Forrest in Georgia?”
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Finding balance. What’s really happening at protests. And is it time for a racism recovery program?
I’ve recently embarked on a pretty large research project. I don’t want to reveal to much about what I’m working on, but I should get the first part out by next week and I plan to at least self-publish a book by the end of the year. I can say that finding balance and moderationContinue reading “Finding balance. What’s really happening at protests. And is it time for a racism recovery program?”