When I first moved to Atlanta in 1988, I had never seen a cotton plantation, much less, a field ripe with cotton. While a common site for many across the Southern states, it's amazing how many stories we miss or misinterpret as we travel along life's highways. I have several times over the years, even … Continue reading III. Stronger-Together: Unity and a Field of Dreams
So, when you think about Kaepernick taking a knee or any other generalized "resistance" to law enforcement, you might consider that those who struggle with this struggle today, do so through the very DNA and emotional history of their ancestors.
The first blog in this mini-series, "Just-us or Justice? Truth Matters," we talked about the problems and shed some light on some of the issues surrounding the agendas actually driving the current social unrest in the United States. Together, we're learning that the violence and the "protests" are rooted in an agenda that is exploiting … Continue reading II. In Truth There is Freedom: Justice Follows
In February 2012 George Zimmerman, a Hispanic male, born in 1983 confronted a suspicious person wearing a hoodie walking down a street at night. Zimmerman, a neighborhood appointed block watch captain was on patrol in response to a rash of recent burglaries. A confrontation took place and Zimmerman was injured. He shot the person in … Continue reading I. Just-us or Justice? Truth Matters.