Pfleger: ‘I am deeply sorry’
“…I have never presumed to be anything but imperfect, but I pray I can still beat the drum of justice, even if sometimes I am off beat.”
“We have as a country done many great things, but we will never become a great country until justice flows like a river and righteousness like a mighty stream to every human life, no matter race, creed, color or denomination, every human life.”
Faithful at St. Sabina stand by pastor; Trinity flock react to senator’s departure
“We pray for our member, who is a public servant; we pray for all public servants,” Rev. Otis Moss III wrote in a “Declaration of Interdependence” handed out to members as they filed out of the sanctuary. “We, the community of Trinity, are concerned, hurt, shocked, dismayed, frustrated, fearful and heartbroken. Our hearts break at this moment and my limited vocabulary is inadequate to describe the range of emotions flooding our spirits at this time.”
Just goes to show you that even the liberal folks, those that profess to be all about racial equality, have no idea how wrong and insulting these things are. We have a long road ahead of us as we seek to correct these “misunderstandings”.
White Liberal Blogger Goes Too Far, Depicts Michelle Obama Being Lynched
“Barack Obama already asked his opponents to lay off his wife, and now, it seems he may need to tell his supporters the same thing. A DailyKos contributor, ONECITIZEN, created this horrible image of Michelle Obama being lynched by the Ku Klux Klan in an attempt to illustrate the ways Barack Obama’s opponents were using statements made by his wife against him in his campaign for president.”
We met Malcolm through the prism of popular culture, and we embraced him as a commodity, to signal our own disbelief in the American dream.
On Malcolm X’s birthday, those of us who embraced him as a pop icon need to encounter him again. We need to revisit Malcolm…