Writer, Publisher, and Griot Walter Rhett
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Nelson Mandela faced every challenge, with the dignity born of freedom.
It wasn’t Southern charm the waiters in the room exhibited but an elegant humanity; a flair that didn’t blend into the shadows but stood out in the glare of the twin stereotypes of anger or subservience assigned to race, then.
I’m okay with a cages being rattled and I think oversight should have a thick edge of vengeance with a tinge of crazy, and a politician who likes a fight.
Restrictive laws are using a doctor’s crimes to punish the women who were his desperate victims.
Even in slavery, fathers were rarely sold. Children had a daddy in the quarters.
Buying and selling assets has replaced shovel and wrench expansion.
We are so much better than those we elect to sell us out.
Republicans reject every promise that doesn't involve blame.
Truth is large and transparent, easily translated into comparisons and analogies found from nature to physics, will include its own paradox and discovery.
Things false reflect a single position, stubbornly closed to curious inspection, argued in circles.
Prayers and souls ride the same train.
Workers create wealth and demand.
I think about Detroit. The houses are not longer fit for ghosts.
The GOP never praises what we truly lost; there is no mourning on their path of fear.
It is commonsense not to split your vote on an empty appeal that insults your intelligence and weakens your vote’s effectiveness and strength.
Herman Cain’s remarks are another attempt to marginalize blacks as incompetent and uncritical.