My good friend Mondale Robinson sat once again to talk about the voting realities of Americans and black men in particular. He did not mince his words as he told some inconvenient truths.
Two stories have the common thread of asserting one’s worth, the teacher actions and black men refusing to leave voluntarily when service giving others denied.
There are some who wallow willfully in their ignorance and denial. It presents them with a comfort at times for their insecurities.