How can you hate me (Daryl Davis, a black man) when you (a white supremacist KKK member) don’t even know me?
Ignorance breeds fear.Daryl Davis
Does our flag divide us?
Is the United States a racist country, or is it a democracy with racism embedded within and throughout its borders?
What has been and continues to be the cost of racism and prejudice for our country and ourselves?
How do we battle racism without harming or killing peaceful and innocent protesters, and, well-meaning police trying to keep the peace?
Is defunding police a cost-effective, feasible alternative to reforming within the existing policing system and culture? If not, then how do we effect positive change on both sides of the citizen-police contract?
Is there a klansman in your family tree?
- Is the foundation of our racism deeper than we realize?
- Does racism still exist in your small town?
Why are hate crimes increasing in U.S. cities?
- Has the bigoted rhetoric and policies of the Trump administration intensified bullying, discrimination, and even violence toward minority communities?
- Can a White Nationalist (Trump) be our moral leader?
What Would Jesus DO?
Is it not the grand irony of our times that the very people who insist that Jesus and the Bible must be the ruling principles of our culture and nation in all affairs, are also accomplices to the spreading of hate and violence and racism by their affiliation and support of Donald Trump?
They forgot to ask themselves, What Would Jesus Do?
Shame on them for their cowardice and hypocrisy in the face of the worst bully and liar we’ve ever experienced in the Whitehouse. No matter what evangelicals say, Trump is not the CHOSEN ONE!sp
The Laura Ingraham Black Athlete Manifesto
SHUT UP, and
step out of the car,
put your hands behind you,
get out of my gated community,
get in line,
go do the (essential) work,
stand at attention,
go to war,
don'tforget to vote
stay in your lane,
get off your knee and stand up, and
- america’s best-loved novel: To Kill a Mockingbird Lee
- anti- racism/semitism/fascism:
- whiteness: Letters to My White Male Friends by Dax-Devlon Ross
- resist racism every day with love: This Is the Fire by Don Lemon
- apartheid: Born a Crime Noah
- black power: Judas and The Black Messiah (Fred Hampton, Illinois Black Panther Party)
- Christian nationalism and isolationism:
- consequences: The Sum of Us by Heather McGhee
- dignity of all races: Cry, the Beloved Country Paton
- eugenics: Trump’s race horse theory
- freedom: The Underground Railroad Whitehead
- jim crow laws:
- reconstruction: The Second Founding by Eric Foner
- mobility is essential to freedom: Driving While Black by Sorin
- native americans: Rising Voices by Arlene Hirschfelder
- nature vs nurture: A Class Divided, Then and Now by William Peters
- police militarization
- prejudice and persecution:
- TV: United Shades of America
- white power and the Ku Klux Klan (KKK):