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(th)ink by Keith Knight for December 10, 2020

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    ollou90  3 months ago

    The very nicest, most gracious, and most polite strangers I have ever encountered, at least locally, for instance while shopping, were black people. I’m white, and way past my sell-by date. I felt unworthy, but grateful and quite touched by the kindness.

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    bxclent  Premium Member 3 months ago

    “Hey, you know something people?I’m not blackBut there’s a whole lots a timesI wish I could say I’m not white”

    ― frank zappa

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    austin.swinburn  3 months ago

    I’ve been looking for a copy of Mr Hughes’ “First Book of Jazz” with the gorgeous illustrations by Cliff Roberts. Prices are out of my range, though…

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    bunwarpgazoo Premium Member 3 months ago

    ‘Let America Be America Again’ is my favorite poem.

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    grumpypophobart  3 months ago

    Now, I have to wonder….what would change their mind? Surely not years of racism, or being treated as if they are all up to no good, or being shot and killed by law enforcement. And while we’re on that; how does one enforce the law on dead black people?

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    jrbaskind  3 months ago

    https://allpoetry.com/poem/14326872-Warning-by-Langston-Hughes

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    nickynoload Premium Member 3 months ago

    “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.” -Joe Biden about Barack Obama (lest we forget). People can change their views; isn’t that a democratic ideal??

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    FantasticMike404  16 days ago

    what happened to this strip?

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