White America, UnPoliced.

I come to you from the nation’s capital. From where the ubiquitous values remain as white as the house that sits upon a manicured lawn on Pennsylvania Avenue. For four-hundred years, the black collective watched as acts of domestic terrorism cast the black corpse as bibelots on the American landscape. The perpetual quest for white…

Protest Participation and Black Power

We met on the hilltop. The chants occurred sporadically, ascending when passing those translating our footsteps to footage on their phones. The African adjacent came with signs more often than the African descended. The crowd knelt with raised fists twice, a gesture synonymous with closing one’s eyes to pray. In studying the ancestral plight to…