Editorial

Telling Our Story is Our Responsibility

While browsing through the Houston Chronicle, I ran across an article that caught my attention. The article was entitled, “Teach our history.” The subheading read, “What happened at a Sugar Land prison farm into 20thcentury must be learned in schools.” 

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Slaves Didn’t Get Paid

Before the longest U.S. Government shutdown in American history was recently ended, modern day Americans got to “kind of” understand and see how slaves felt when they didn’t get paid for working.  

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We Have Got to do Better

I couldn’t agree with Adam Curtis more.  Because over the years, I have witnessed the Black culture go through many changes. One thing which really bothers me is the fact that too many Black folks think they are entitled to a role in leadership, just because they are Black.

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The Reality of Life

To be successful and have a brilliant life is something that most people would love to have.  The “Reality of Life” is, that this is not something that is going to happen for many of our citizens.  

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Black on Black Crimes

It is disturbing that there is so much violence in the world, especially when innocent lives are taken.  When these incidents occur, the African American community is so quick to ask for justice and begin protesting especially when the incident seems to be racially motivated.

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Selection at the Election

The challenges Americans will face in the 2020 presidential election will require that, “We the People” be together on our “Selection at the Election”.  Our current POTUS has made so many negative governmental resolutions which have divided and damaged America.

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Are We Losing Our Identity?

In my lifetime and even before, White folks have always been called, “White”; Indians have always been called, “Indians”; individuals of Chinese descent have always been labeled “Chinese”; the same for Hispanics/Mexicans and the other nationalities which are represented across this nation.

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