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I Am The Hill And The Mountain

My heart remains in bruise mode, Countenance in alert Experiencing racial injustice at times, know it’s intended to hurt. Supremacy in any form, shape, color or size is bonafide genocide. My country ’tis of thee Result of cause and effect … Continue reading

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Is that FISH?

No, it’s Giuseppe Ungaretti,(1888-1970), the  late italian modernist poet, critic and essayist, born in Egypt and raised by a Nubian nanny who wrote the following poem, No More Crying Out, a poem which I feel,  reflects the present American social … Continue reading

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HE SAID, “‘I CAN’T BREATHE'” : FOR THE LIVES OF THOSE TAKEN : TRIBUTE TO ERIC GARNER

JUSTICE FOR ERIC GARNER As an African-American female residing abroad, I can attest to uncomfortable, racially incited situations involving police officers, border police, albeit, authority figures, in Europe and Stateside. For the record, I have had to initiate legal intervention … Continue reading

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