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Why is Race Still Pertinent in this Day and Age? Why is Our United States of America Built on So Many Social Injustices?

Marquis Gilliam

Why is Race Still Pertinent in this Day and Age? Why is Our United States of America Built on So Many Social Injustices?
Guest Post by Marquis Omar Gilliam

With so many issues pressing on our domestic soil today, life shouldn't be about how many followers one has on social media. How does the vision become re-energized for the betterment of all?

As someone who takes a broad pro-diverse position on life as a whole, I wonder, is our American dream full of misguided ignorance and pepper-sprayed malarkey? How will we truly understand what defines existence?

Blue eyes and blonde hair has, with bias, represented what one could consider upper-echelon living. This level of thinking ostracizes the conscious mind, leaving its vision dilapidated with myopic views that sacatter like a kaleidoscope. Speaking from the livelihood and/or struggle of an African American male, equality defiines one's ability to honestly dream. Only through the spigot of education does equality balance the playing field.

I personally welcome all cultures inside the intimacy of my self-restructured conscious state. In gluttonous fashion, I devour all outlets, streams and any channel of knowledge. This allows one's trajectory to problem-solving display of full abilities. The thing I enjoy in my life today is learning more about cultures, which will manifest through the rules of engagement.

For every theory there's an opinion. For every question, answers laced with facts surface. Are you open to dig deeper into the residue of race-charged ignorance? I challenge all readers to step out from routine living and the cubicle you hide behind to determine your next move on this chessboard of life.
 

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