The Forgotten History of Britain’s White Slaves in America – The Irish Slave Trade by Don Jordan and Michael Walsh – 2008 “…the Irish slave trade began when King James … Continue reading
One cannot help but wonder what Corey Stingley was going through in his last moments of life. Would any of those adults come to their senses to allow him to breath? Would the store owner pull them off of him and help save his life? Would a bystander watching in the wings assist him? After all it was a few lousy bottles of alcohol we are talking about. Material possessions easily replaceable unlike Corey.
The other night there was a gun violence “debate” at the Wisconsin Black Historical Museum. Sadly people still think if we add hundreds more laws to the books regarding guns, they will magically disappear off our crime ridden streets. Do people really believe that?
Beloved in order to rid our community of guns we need to replace that gun from that hand by putting something of greater value into that hand.