What day is it? Justice for Ahmaud Arbery is late

Justice isn’t blind; the justice system willingly turns a blind eye. Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed in Brunswick, Georgia, on February 23, but Tom Durden, the district attorney didn’t request a formal investigation until May 5.  On May 6, the Kingsland Office began the investigation, and Arbery’s killers, the father and son, Gregory and […]

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Race Is Not Human Nature

Nature, noun: “the fundamental qualities of a person or thing; identity or essential character; disposition or temperament; tendencies, desires, instincts governing behavior; the normal biological needs or urges of the body; sort; kind; character; the real appearance of a person or thing; accepted standards of basic morality or behavior” ~World English Dictionary Race does not […]

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Generally Speaking

One of the tricks of race, an enemy of our authentic humanity and beloved community, is to convince us that if we’ve seen or had an experience with one person then we have seen and experienced all of them all, whoever “they” are. It is the promise of race and the superhuman ability of stereotypes […]

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