George Frierson, a black Attorney in the United States, would go home and thank the Lord today. Seventy years ago, on June 16, 1944, a fourteen year old black boy named George Stinney, too thin and too short for the electric chair, was made to sit atop a phone book, his feet two thin for the … Continue reading OH, TO BE BLACK IN AMERICA!
PART I : THE FIRST TWENTY FIVE SHADES Two white policemen hold guns over a rabid chimpanzee, his blood squirting all over the street. "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill," reads the caption. That is a cartoon that came in print on page 12, New York Post, owned by … Continue reading FIFTY SHADES OF PREJUDICE