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Review: James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time

Here’s my review of James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time: Accurate Description but Need to Move to the Internet Baldwin describes the experiences of blacks in the only nation conceived in liberty. It’s a history “of rope, fire, torture, castration, … Continue reading

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Do You Really Want To Know: About The Life Of Blacks Living In The Only Nation Conceived In Liberty? So, Do You? Then Read James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time

Do you really want to know: why blacks won’t cooperate with police?  Read James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time. Do you really want to know: why, after all these years, many blacks still live in inner city  slums/ghettos?  Read James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time. Do you … Continue reading

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GEORGE’S OFFICE WALL

“the double blind [women are in]: to be childless, and therefore less important than a mother; or to be a mother, and therefore less important than one’s children.”  Sally Rooney, reviewing Sheila Heti’s, Motherhood, London Review of Books, 8/30/2018, p. 35. … Continue reading

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