A day at the office

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Just a simple post

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Race + Class = What “Police Brutality” Means for Some (But Definitely, Not All) Black Folks

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I  just don’t write super quickly about emotionally charged events anymore, because when I do, usually I say something stupid and hurt somebody’s feelings without meaning to. And it took me having a really deep, teary conversation with a dear friend last night (over something that didn’t even start out being about police brutality) to […]

September 15, 1963: A Poem

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Dear Readers: I wrote the following poem over ten years ago, after listening to John Coltrane’s “Alabama,“ a song he wrote in response to the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, an event which resulted in the deaths of four little girls. At that time, I was living in Talladega, Alabama, […]