Critical Race Theory divides white people into eight white identities and even comes with a diagram that ranks the identities on a color scale of red to green. Red is a bad white person, and green is a good white … Continue reading Are you other than White?
So here we are in the midst of life, really towards the post-midst since we are, after all, closer than we would like to think of the end of it all which I do not dwell upon but look forward … Continue reading Sally Forth and….
Big OOPSNo bats or pangolins sold in Wuhan wet markets according to Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, a study by Oxford University found. The study was from May of 2017 through November of 2019 when the first strains Covid-19 may have … Continue reading No Bats in Wuhan Wet Market?
We believe that our youth must be aware of the United States Constitution and this historically evolving nation of a multitude of cultures, races, and generations. To quote Ron Osajima in his book “From Oppression to Empowerment: My American journey … Continue reading Ethnic Studies
Be careful what you say and when you said it, and if you said it, even a long, long time ago; you are in peril of being—canceled, fired, demoted, damned. That is what happened to Kamau Bobb, Google’s Diversity Executive. … Continue reading Please don’t cancel me
We will walk along the Washita River and throw Rocks trying to make them skip along the water. We will sit, and down some rabbit beer. You will tell me of your dream of wanting to have your paintings shown … Continue reading Come go with me –by Joyce Cannon Yi
Homicide rates in large cities were up more than 30 percent on average last year and up another 24 percent at the beginning of this year, according to criminologists. NY Times, June 1, 2021 In some places, there was less … Continue reading With Homicides Rising, Cities Brace for a Violent Summer
Social Progress Index rates the United States number 28 in 163 countries. That is in the top 17 percent but I always thought we were the top, exceptional over all the nations of the world. In 2015 we were number … Continue reading Social Progress In Our United States
“Today, Texas legislators put forth a bill (voter ID and other regulations) that joins Georgia and Florida in advancing a state law that attacks the sacred right to vote, ” Biden said in a statement to The Texas Tribune. “It’s … Continue reading Against the US Constitution
I am now 85 years old and am reaching the end of life. As I look back on my life, as shown in part in the chapters of this story, I conclude that I have been blessed with knowing and … Continue reading From Oppression to Empowerment, My American Journey from Concentration Camp to Corporate Management–Ron Osajima