Infinite Hope

This last year has shown ample evidence that W.E.B. Dubois was right to proclaim “the problem of the 20th century [was] the problem of the color line”[1], and here and now in the 21st century the problem still persists.   Some people would insist that America is equal now and that was a problem of the … Continue reading Infinite Hope

America: the Passive Terrorist

Between 1939 and 1944 Franklin D. Roosevelt received stacks of letters from Jewish refugees pleading to open up the US border to Jews displaced by the rise of the Nazi party. The majority of these letters were rejected, as it was not US policy to accept refugee’s, especially after the economic collapse of the great … Continue reading America: the Passive Terrorist

A Child, is a Child, is a Child

I am writing this blog while sitting in my living room on my chaise lounge, the ceiling fan is slowly turning and I am comfortable and safe. Today I went to work and earned a wage and the government took a percent of my pay and put it towards the collective good of the state. … Continue reading A Child, is a Child, is a Child