De Jure Racism Became De Facto Racism (Pacific NW)

Segregation in the southern United States was custom, policy and law.  Overturning the laws transformed racism from de jure segregation…

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Remembering AIM

The American Indian Movement (AIM) was founded in 1968 (six years after I was born).  Reading about the individuals involved…

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Trevor Noah, Audible and Reading

I am currently listening to Born a Crime:  Stories from a South African Childhood (Unabridged) written and read by Trevor…

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Some Local (Tribal) History

Many years ago as a teenager, I read about the Cherokee Trail of Tears and used that as impetus to…

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Who Should Actually Be Deported …

Our government is becoming seriously dysfunctional because Alternative President Trump has removed/fired any official who disagrees with or criticizes his…

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