May 2018

Blog Archive

Thu, 31.05.2018

The Lost Art of the Black Boycott

On June 15th 1953 the black community of Baton Rouge, Louisiana staged the first municipal boycott of the 20th century.  I’m using this factual event to ask the African American community why we are not using this strategy in 2018?  I’m not confusing non-violent protest with boycott, I am referencing the difference to not forget […]

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New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

Let them keep it whatever it is for whites only hides. And smiles. I was in the pale inn after the writs after the whores after the hilariously lonely convention men... AND I WAS NOT IMPROVED by Lerone Bennett, Jr.
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