“Too Close To Call”: Why This Election Changes Nothing No Matter Who Wins

“Too close to call.” The vote for President of the United States of America is too close to call. Too close to call after four years of hyper- partisan, fear- mongering, hate your neighbor, the immigrant and the stranger, your suburbs are in danger, racist, sexist, divisive, “very fine people on both sides” speech. It’s […]

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Hope doesn’t make racism go away

Moderated by ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday, a townhall with President Donald Trump was billed as “The President and the People.”  But these weren’t the people that Trump was used to, those screaming fans who meet him for his rallies and wear his red MAGA hats.  Instead, undecided voters came with hard questions and his talking […]

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To be fair: On Trump’s pardons and protecting whiteness

From crowd size to the coronavirus (also known as COVID19), this administration has not told the truth.  Some say we are now post- truth . But I cannot get past the truth that there are those who are buying whatever President Trump is selling— no matter the cost.  This is what happens when you hire […]

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Words we cannot send back

Today, Donald Trump sent another divisive message to his followers via his official Twitter account regarding Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.  For those who would make excuses or who are praying that his racist comments will just blow over, they won’t.  Telling people not socially colored white to “go back home” or to “go back to where […]

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After Charlottesville: Rally Around Love

I am uncomfortable.  I am unsure of if I should go or stay… in the United States.  Perhaps, my uncertainty is due to President Trump’s treatment of the aftermath of the Unite the Right rallies that left one person dead, nineteen injured and a nation on edge.  For many persons, regardless of political party affiliation, […]

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