New Day, New Me

“We need the courage to create ourselves daily.” ~ Maya Angelou Race is finished.  It is done with us.  It has nothing new to add but has concluded that we are more of the same.  We are all just colored people. Race stereotypes us, box us up, prepackaged us long before we were born.  It […]

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No Longer A Struggle: Declaring A Post- Racial Identity

“The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe.  If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened.  But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche Race is a battle behind me not ahead of me. It […]

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Race and Misrepresentation

mis·rep·re·sen·ta·tion/ˌmisreprəzenˈtāSH(ə)n/, Noun 1.  the action or offense of giving a false or misleading account of the nature of something When we call ourselves racial beings, socially colored black/ white/ red/ yellow/ brown/ beige people, we misrepresent our Creator.  God is not a racial being or a Racial Being, a supreme among supremes, defined or confined […]

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Race Is Not Enough

I am more than what the eyes can see or what they tell you I am or will be.  I am not just flesh and bone but soul and spirit, not tied to earth but bound for heaven.  I don’t just walk. More than this flesh and its members.  I have more than feet, wings […]

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Healing ourselves of race

Race hurts.  It hurts because it attacks the essence of who we are and it gets personal.  It talks about our appearance, who our parents are, where we live and how we behave.  It either says that it is wrong and bad or that it is good and better; either way, it places us at […]

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