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Patricia P. Tursi
Patricia P. Tursi
April 3, 2017 6:12 PM

Brilliant. Expressed many of my own thoughts, but so well expressed. After Malcolm made his pilgrimage to Mecca, he gave up the hate rhetoric and was a leader of diverse people through love. Martin was ok until he said that poverty was violence and his entry into economics doomed him to death. But many people aren’t aware of this message. They remember him only fighting for the rights of people of color. When he died, something died in me. I keep saying, the USA and the one world order, is great at focusing at dividing us. Few people are as… Read more »

June 15, 2017 8:29 PM

Appreciated this article. Thanks for writing this and providing the video portion too. The racial strife is really being ramped up in the U.S. and has plenty of us out here worried about what the future may hold. Your perspective expressed sounds like a worthwhile way forward for all of us.

Will further look into your other writings on here. Take care.

Jonathan Campbell
Jonathan Campbell
September 8, 2017 9:43 PM

This is a beautifully and eloquently written article about a critical issue. BLM – at least here in Boston – never talks about poverty. They don’t even say or do anything about stopping the police practices and policies that lead to police violence against people of color (Broken Windows, Stop & Frisk, The Drug War). They just wallow in the pain.

October 2, 2017 10:48 AM

What is the factual basis for the charges that you are making against specific people? Where’s your evidence?

Kathie Dougherty
Kathie Dougherty
October 10, 2017 8:53 AM

First of all I’ll state whatever color is used brown or black or Negro vs white or Caucasian once The African part was placed in front of American set a tone you don’t consider yourself American first. Most blacks have never been to Africa just as I have never been to Ireland nor do I even wish to go. You have to have allegiance to your country first. Most American’s after over 100 years so mixed ethnically we really don’t hold on to once former ethnic groups. I feel except in your case of actually being born in Africa the… Read more »

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