The Closed Doors of Justice

The Real Price of Black($) Power In 1960s America

“Stand Up For What You Believe In — No Matter Who or What Opposes You.”

The Social Network of the Time

“By nature’s law, every man has a right to seize and retake by force his own property taken from him by another by force or fraud…”Thomas Jefferson

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Freelance Writer, Essayist, Blogger, Curious Social Observer. E-Mail me at: aundra.willis@gmail.com or visit https://aundrawilliscarrasco.com

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