Tag Archives: Civil Rights

November 02

An Afternoon at the Schomburg

There was a time when the sight of the black berets, chic black leather coats, and massive Afros that symbolized the movement would fill me with nothing but pride. But on that day, I felt ambivalence.

The conviction and exuberance shown in the exhibit saddened me, for I know too well how the story ended. ..

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Ill At Ease

Before I begin this post I must give my followers a brief apology. I truly planned on continuing with my latest series today. The post was nearly done and I intended on finishing it this evening. This day began as any other. I woke up, prepared for work and arrived at the office. By the […]

All Men

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness. As an American I have always felt such pride on the words of the United States Declaration of Independence and the […]