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How to Make America Great Again in 10 Steps

By AC After “How to Make a Cardboard Box Disappear in 10 Steps” by Clint Smith Build walls to emphasize borders. Send out hateful messages and sign harmful executive orders. Create division and racial tension within a nation. Split up families and kick out Dreamers with no valid justification. Treat women like objects or second class citizens. (It’s not like they carry life within them and have the gift to give life or anything anyway.) Create diplomatic confusion internally, while stirring up economic chaos nationally. Open the eyes of The People so we can all see that there is something very wrong with us all. Unite all races and genders against you and your ways. Realize that it’s not you that makes this country great, it’s the diverse people within it and the daily sacrifices they are willing to endure to keep the American Dream alive. Move aside. Let anyone else attempt to fix the mess you’ve made.

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15 James Baldwin Quotes to Bring you Closer to Humanity

Born in 1924, James Baldwin was an American essayist, novelist, playwright and social critic. He became an important voice through writing passionately about racial discrimination, spirituality and humanity. Baldwin’s writings approach social issues and the psychological pressure affecting African Americans and individuals with different sexual orientations, a then-taboo subject. Baldwin explores another controversial subject – interracial relationships — in his novel Another Country. As a victim of racism, Baldwin became an active participant in the civil rights struggle. The assassinations of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr., pushed the author into using a more strident tone in his later work called No Name in the Street. Some of Baldwin’s best work includes The Fire Next Time, The Devil Finds Work, Nobody Knows my Name and Remember this House – which is an unfinished manuscript that forms the basis of the documentary film I Am Not Your Negro. An advocate for equity and acceptance, Baldwin died in December 1987. Here are 15 James Baldwin quotes to bring you closer to humanity. Please try to remember that what they believe, as well as what they do and cause you to endure does not testify to your inferiority but to their […]

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