A New Era for Jim Crow: Voting Suppression Bill Passes; What That Means; Could it Happen Here?

March 29, 2021

What happened? Surrounded by his all white, all male peers, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp sat in front of a painting of Callaway plantation. It’s a place that was built on and succeeded entirely due to slavery. Outside of the Governor’s office, a Black woman, Georgia State Representative Park Cannon, was dragged away by police for […]

A Different Kind of Blue

December 6, 2020

  It was 1992 and a little over a month from the Democratic National Convention when an Arkansas governor turned presidential candidate took to the Arsenio Hall stage with his saxophone. Donning sunglasses and a bright yellow tie, he went on to capture not just the attention of the country but Louisiana’s eight electoral votes […]

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