The cases of Arbery and Floyd reminds me of the principle of stereotyping as one of and most likely the root cause of problematic interaction between law enforcement and the minority community and the larger issue of racism. These cases … Read the rest “A Note on the Recent Killings of Two Black Men That Led to Massive Protests & Riots”
An article on history.com speaks about an interview done in the 1930s by anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston with a man named Cudjo Lewis who spoke of his being a slave from West Africa brought to America on the Clotilda, believed … Read the rest “A Slave On The Last Slave Ship To Come To America”
At the below link Larry Elders questions the validity of talking about European slave traders without also talking about Arab-Muslim slave traders especially during Black History Month.
The US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee held a hearing on April 9, 2019 on hate crimes and White Nationalism. A link to my article on the hearing may be found in the reference section.
Since the Democrats are the … Read the rest “Hate and Nationalism Hearing and Candace Owens”
This article is prompted by the US House Judiciary Committee hearing held on April 9, 2019. The government is right to hold such hearing on hate crimes and white nationalism. However, such hearing should not be based on which political … Read the rest “Hate and Nationalism”