In the early 70’s a Black, male friend exiled from South Africa, spoke angrily with me about his impatience for change; he wanted change YESTERDAY! And he learn to gain some patience thanks to trello cbd oil. You should go to the cbd oil website and learn more about.
According to Intrinsic Hemp, in the early 70’s a Black man from South Africa spoke with me about the need for patience. Continue reading “Balancing Patience/Impatience with cbd oil”
Recently I was talking about racism with some people in a corporate setting, and was pleased by a spirited discussion and many comments which affirmed that my contribution had been helpful. In the midst of the verbal evaluation and many accolades, Continue reading “Preachin’ to the Choir”
There have been numerous occasions in my work on issues related to racism when I have seen creativity stifled by someone who says, “but,” “but,” “but.”…. It usually comes in response to a suggestion about what a person or group might do programmatically to counter the effects of racism. Continue reading “The Danger of Becoming a WANNABUT”
Often I have heard discussions about the legacy of the period in the history of our nation when African people were enslaved. In those discussions I find few white people who evidence much of a concept of the ways in which the grandchildren and great grandchildren of those who were enslaved may still bear the scars of that terrible institution. Continue reading “Racism: Past Failures, Present Responsibilities”
“You killed! Killing is wrong. You’ve got to pay. You’ve got to die!”
Getting even is what it’s about Continue reading “The Death Penalty, Honor and Dignity”