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October 11, 2019 Missed Jury Duty Shouldn’t Result in Missed Freedom, Opportunities

If Judge John S. Kastrenakes wanted to teach a standup Black male citizen like Deandre Somerville the importance of having Black Americans on juries, he should have suggested some recommended books or documentaries. While a lack of Black Americans on juries has led to excessive sentencing for Black Americans, sending another Black man to jail […]

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October 4, 2019 Salute to Jean Family for Forgiveness Despite Police Brutality, Hatred from Other Blacks

I am still mad at Super Bowl champion quarterback Doug Williams of the Washington Redskins for, in my mind, disrespecting my Aunt Mae Helen at Cortana Mall in Baton Rouge, La. in the late 1980s. Fresh off of making history by becoming the first starting African-American quarterback to win a Super Bowl, my family ran […]

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September 27, 2019 Lock Him Out Should Replace Lock Her Up Chant

Do your remember when Republicans erupted after former President Barack Obama wore a light tan suit? Many conservatives criticized President Obama for not looking presidential as if only a dark suit fit the definition of presidential or professional. Do you remember when supporters of President Donald Trump shouted, “lock her up” in reference to Secretary […]

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