To Raise A Victim, Just Walk Outside (A Letter to My Colored Children)

May 3, 2017

"...accept the people who are like you and love those who are not because that is where we become better, even if those you love continue to hurt you. You fight for what is right, no matter how many people try to tell you it is not. This kind of message will not always be met with acceptance."

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America The Beautiful

July 5, 2017

"Imagine you have a relative that generously pays your way through college. Imagine this relative celebrates with you about 30 times a year; not just personally important occasions but days you have not even been alive long enough to understand their importance. You enjoy hearing about this relative’s past, because in your eyes this relative is a hero. When you were younger, your relative was famous for saving people and had developed a reputation as someone who felt they needed to defend those who could not defend themselves."

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September 28, 2017
Neal Earley

“I noticed there was a lack of representation for people who had actually done the direct work that politicians and their policies usually impact,” Osorio said.

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White Nationalists, RAISE (RACIST) ACT, and POC’s “need to bend the knee”

August 3, 2017

"...the RAISE Act where the US will now try and transition to what can only be called the Department of Motor Vehicle of immigration systems. Speaking English would now be a requirement, even though the Indian guy Miller probably buys his breakfast sandwich from in the morning probably didn’t speak English when he came here and learned the language so he could sell you that..."

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They Are The Same

July 26, 2017

"For every Emmett Till, there was a Matthew Sheppard and a Alphonza Watson would follow shortly thereafter. And yet they expressed dismay at their exclusion, because while she was not perfect they felt they should have the ability to defend her."

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Hurricanes and the American Spirit


"Then there is the emotional foundation of your home where your child took their first steps, where you made love to your partner, where you learned to cook or play the piano, and leaving that is harder than the physical at times."

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