My Culture Doesn’t Treat Guns Like Bling

We are once again approaching that area where truth and racism collide and we grow farther apart as a society. As two families grieve the senseless loss of a young mother and father few words are written exposing the culture of drugs, violence and objectification now swept under the rug so African American pride can avoid responsibility for their collective future. Javon Belcher was not a poorly educated urban black kid when he when he graduated from the University of Maine. By all reports, he Read more […]