When We Say We Are Color Blind

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16 thoughts on “When We Say We Are Color Blind

  1. How history repeats itself… The same agonizing pain fills my heart with the recent slaying of Terence Cruther. I read this in wake of the Sterling shooting and was blown back of how exceptional you wrote about it. I had to revisit it and share it to all of my social media outlets.

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    1. I am incredibly touched & undeserving of your concern, I am well! I hope life is faring well on your end. Thank you for caring 🙂 I’m working on a couple of pieces, I hope to be sharing rather soon. I’ll definitely check out the poets for peace campaign, thank you for bringing it to my attention!


  2. You’re so sweet. All I can do is say, “I’m sorry”. It’s really important to hear your perspective — it’s the only way to learn. So, what you’re doing is really important. It may reach only a few, at present, but you’re still reaching more than it was, before. And then it will grow and reach more. I hope you’ll compile a book of your poetry, someday. Joy, sometimes it requires more than writing to affect change; it requires activism. I’m just speaking through experience.

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    1. Thank you for your encouragement. I must say, you are the sweet one here. Perhaps I will be able to incite change, whether it be through poetry or full fledge activism! Your wisdom is always appreciated


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