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Military Children – with one click of a pen “Homeless”

May 16, 2019

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This story is the hard and necessary dialogues of 3 girls, Military children put out on to the streets of Hawaii  – by the Military Commander at Kaneohe Marine Corps Base Hawaii. 16 year old Ariana,  shared with me the daily struggles, shame & difficulties of being Homeless.  As a Military Child she struggles with […]

White Privilege – NFL Owner Robert Kraft not booked no Mugshot

March 10, 2019

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What many people are calling the special handling of Robert Kraft who is alleged to have on two separate occasions solicited prostitutes for paid sex, is a prime example of the ongoing white privilege in America. With the facts of his arrest explained in the February 25, 2019 New York Times article,  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/25/sports/robert-kraft-nfl.html. The article […]

Eric Reid’s – Silent Cause “On Bended Knee”

November 30, 2018

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No fancy artwork, no decorations of NFL Football Cleats, for #25 Carolina Panthers Player Eric Reid  his is a silent cause. Last Sunday as the Panthers prepared to start the match up against the Seattle Seahawks, Eric kneeled silently on the Bank of American field in front of a crowd of about 74 Thousand Fans. […]

Final Verdict – Police Shootings = Judge, Jury & Sentence

September 23, 2016

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With no possible appeal by the decreased.  Citizen’s continue to gather and rise up in protest of another police shooting of a Blackman in Charlotte, North Carolina. Following 2 nights of unrest and protest. Citizens young and old, of all colors, gender and ethnicity took to the streets demanding a stop to the Police Shootings, […]

Shadow’s of Slavery – Then & Now in America

February 20, 2016

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From President Obama, to a Town Hall Meeting with Professor Amad Shakur in Charlotte North Carolina. We share the dialogues & voices of the people speaking about the long Shadows of Slavery that still delves in our society and many American Institutions today.   The Town Hall discussion included insights and social effects of “Slavery […]