I have a lot to say about a lot of things. This is probably because I have a brain the size of a small planet. To prevent my cranium from exploding from the sheer mass of intelligence it is forced to contain, I am compelled to spew it somewhere. This is where I have chosen to spew it. My apologies. Get over it. Move on.
Tag Archives: Social Justice
I came across an interesting commentary in another blog called, By Common Consent, here at WordPress. Most of it was off the main path into an almost patronizing critique of the whole Mormon history of racism thing that I’ve written … Continue reading →
The first noted objection to using the word “Negro” in connection with the “Negro,” came from Malcolm X, formerly Malcolm Little, eventually known by his enlightened moniker, El Hajj Malik El Shabazz, who always prefaced the use of the label … Continue reading →
A black LDS Facebook group called, “Latter-day Saints for Social Justice,” which seems to have gone black now, (no pun intended) prompted my first investigation into black LDS Facebook activity with its lead post or header, posing this question: Should … Continue reading →
What could possibly be wrong with an organization that calls itself “Black Lives Matter?” Continue reading →
For some time I’ve been exploring the relationship between scientific, sociological and historical notions of “race” and LDS theology. This has led me into some pretty sketchy church history examinations and evolved into a cathartic look at LDS doctrines regarding … Continue reading →