Tag: Racism

JSC Radio – Episode 2: Social Outcasts

Fresh off of a week where we damn near had a riot in Chicago during an alleged Presidential rally, it’s time for Episode 2 for JSC Radio. This week’s subject: Is it possible for us as a society to start to treat each other better? Judging from some of the crap I see on such wonderful places such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and others, probably not.


Flag Day: Tales of a Confederate Felon…

The Confederate Flag is many things to many people. The thing is, most of those things aren’t good and it took one final racist massacre to finally get it to start to disappear.

Speaking from the Heart: Random Thoughts and the Return of JSC

After being off the blogosphere for 426 agonizing days, I’m finally back and I’m dropping some dimes — some serious, some fun — about what’s been on my mind. Welcome back.

Knowing Your Place: A Commentary on Jordan Davis and My “Black” Life

“Imagine living life in a society where you can be picked off for minding your own business by some a–hole with insecurities and your death can be written off as ‘I was just trying to defend myself’ in some perverse, Jim Crow-era nightmare.”

Man’s Game: The Courage of Jason Collins

♣ We are nothing as people if we aren’t ourselves. ♣ “This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. — Polonius, Hamlet DETROIT (JSC) —…

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