Not Yet a Lady but crying—sweet and gentle, tarnished?! Startling statistics are still emerging since our conference in Los Angeles in 1999 on Women and Violence. The seminar was sponsored by the Walnut Creek Registry of Physician Specialists. I was a presenter amongst others to wardens, judges, counsellors, probation and parole officers, lawyers and […]
STATISTICS DON’T LIE: King’s Kids Youth Bootcamp held it’s Back to School Bash Saturday, August 3 from noon to 5 P.M. with Tongo-Black Fire, a 6’8″ brother from San Francisco jobbing with the ACLU.
SAFETY SUGGESTIONS FOR COMMUNITIES: Tragedy provides opportunity for creativity in prevention. The Lord says when the enemy comes in ‘like a flood (remember Pharoah) He shall lift up a standard against him’. One can put a thousand to flight, two can put ten thousand to flight so ehere we go: Annoint your children daily […]
EXCRUCIATINGLY PAINFUL Excruciatingly Painful is an understatement. It is not Kobe jamming his achilles tendon or a decline in the NASDAQ or a request for VTO so the company or plant can keep going. No, it is much deeper than that. Even when they are involved in innocent activity, they are targets! They walk the […]
SAME OLD STUFF, DIFFERENT DAY?! Yes, it is 2013, we’ve come a long way and we still have a long way to go. Recently, in Carthage, Ms. a justice magistrate, Ms. Rubye Graham was informed by her staff that a white Deputy Sherriff unabashedly referred to her in anger as a ‘niggah’ because she dismissed […]
WHAT’S IN YOUR PORTFOLIO? As a postscript to this privatized prison issue, are you a contributor? You say, “Of course not, I am shocked that you could ask such a thing!” Don’t storm off yet. What entities are in your retirement portfolio, your 401, your asset management? Who contributes to your charity, built […]