Stop demonizing black youth.

And if you’re white, ask yourself if the privilege of taking your child’s safety for granted blinds you to your ethical responsibility of speaking up.

Wild Wisdom IS Social Justice

Wild Wisdom is about trusting inner, authentic soul, and instinct. TO GET THERE, one must take on the Real Work of deprogramming our persona wounds. One major form of this are the societal rules and roles to which we unconsciously subscribe. In doing so, our power of choice is limited. When we do our own…

How will you…

…be the change? “Self-respect and honor cannot be protected by others.  They are for each individual himself or herself to guard.” “It is the law of love that rules mankind.  Had violence, i.e., hate ruled us, we should have become extinct long ago.  And yet the tragedy of it is that the so-called civilized men…

Black Podcasts on #Ferguson and Police Brutality

Originally posted on Spaceship Dreaming:
I created this post to put a collection of podcast that have covered and are currently covering the information on Michael Brown, Ferguson, and police brutality in general. I thought it was important to share this information and get different perspectives of what is “real people” are saying about Ferguson…

Ferguson and Patience for the Appalled.

Originally posted on Stacia L. Brown:
Photo: Twitter, from a #NMOS14 protest in Washington, DC Be patient with those of us who are appalled. We thought we had been striding toward some progress, thought our education and integrity, our intellect and analysis were meaningful. We studied history, believed we understood all the ways in which…

Campaigns for #MikeBrown #Ferguson

Originally posted on Spaceship Dreaming:
Here is a list of donations, protests, and petitions that you can do to help the people in #Ferguson and to assist #MikeBrown and #EzellFord all others who have been killed by the hands of the police. I will try to update as much as possible. Donations for Mike Brown’s…

Systemic Violence and the Killing of Michael Brown by Xochitl Alvizo

  Photo by Chris Pinkham Oppression is systemic. Injustice is systemic. It pervades the whole – it seeps into everyday actions and becomes habits and patterns that function as default. As a result, the actions that fall within these patterns hardly need justifying. If anything, the questioning of them is what is put on the…