Consider that members of various “demographic groups” in different nations have begun to assert claims to political power at the same time that unavoidable historical population shifts are already in progress. Nearly everyone recognizes the need for greater social harmony as these shifts progress, yet many insist on touting reactionary measures steeped in xenophobia, military coercion, and denial of documented research as the best hopes for achieving stability. … More Part 1: Introduction to Poetic Traditions of Compassion and Creative Maladjustment
There’s a lot at stake when it comes to casting a vote for the mayor of Georgia’s first city. Candidates not only stand to make history but to shape it some very powerful ways. (photo of Edna B. Jackson courtesy of Diva Magazine) Journalist Patricia C. Stumb, in a 1999 Connect Savannah news magazine story … More The 2015 Bid for Power and History in Savannah (Georgia, USA) – Bright Skylark Literary Productions
Michael Jackson in the studio. (Postered Poetics enhancement of pr release photo) For those members of a given demographic made uneasy by the idea of eventually becoming just one more minority in America, an abbreviated mind taking note of the evolving dynamics could react with overwhelming fear. The carnage inflicted by Dylann Roof in Charleston, … More The Abbreviated Mind Faces ‘The King of Music’ Dilemma (part 1 of 2) – National African-American Art Examiner
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