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black to Black || Can I accept my roll and experiences to be true to my understanding with the narrative i've been mislead to believe?

Posted by Phillip James on

As he said “Look at this over achiever” he said to the group,  “you don’t have to work so hard making us look bad”  making it a point to obscure my effort, and cast me out of the group.  As if my “look” didn't already place me into a bucket of barnacles, no one wanted to touch…

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George - a Catalyst to hope, and possible change, of some hearts and racist minds.

Posted by Phillip James on

another Catalyst another death, another day. Black

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Breonna Taylor || some words about the standard view from a white male perspective

Posted by Phillip James on

BLM || All Black lives matter! Masogyny, Masogyniour, Racism, and the fight for equality for everyone, starts with understanding that everyone has privilege and no lives matter if the most oppressed lives don't. Breonna Taylors murderers haven't been charged, havent been arrested, and are protected by a system that kills Black people without consequence, at the charge that Black people are criminals... Breonna Taylor and family were not criminals, and only sentenced to life of being profiled as one.    BLACK LIVES MATTER   Killed in her Bed after a long day as an EMT taking care of the sick,...

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Living While Black! RIP Ahmaud Arbery

Posted by Phillip James on

Black people, we still can’t go to a gas station alone, we still can’t go jogging alone, you need a buddy. Practice the buddy system make sure that buddy is one of your white friends. Two black people are worse than one! Now you are assembling and that’s even more dangerous.

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Human rights || the fight for equality, and acknowledgment of gender bias, implicit, and opressive.

Posted by Phillip James on

  On the coat tail of some of the most important supreme court decisions for equality in the last 20 years; humanity should remember that prejudice, racism, and bias still exist. Let's remind ourselves that we are all human. Each individual is fabulously unique deserving equal respect and dignity, regardless of race, gender, sexual preferences, disabilities, religious views, mental or physical disorders, etc... On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges that a fundamental right to marry is guaranteed to same-sex couples by the Fourteenth Amendment, and that states...

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