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Is It Because I Am Black? The Way Forward

Is It Because I Am Black? The Way Forward

By Dr. Eleanor Wint Guest Contributor Many people of colour (POC) have, at one time or another, thought, or said out loud, “Is it because I am Black?” When I was growing up, I never asked myself that question. I ...

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Let’s All Breathe Again; But Can We, Really?

Let’s All Breathe Again; But Can We, Really?

By Ettie Rutherford Contributing Columnist People the world over, regardless of race, age, culture or religion held their collective breath as they waited, last week, for the verdict in the trial surrounding the death of George Floyd, an unarmed Black ...

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Derek Chauvin’s Fate Is A Test For Our Democracy

Derek Chauvin’s Fate Is A Test For Our Democracy

By Dr. Patrick Graham, PHD Guest Contributor There was a distant emptiness in the Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin’s, eyes, as he looked away, while rocking his knee, deeper into the neck and vertebrae of George Floyd. The look of ...

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