Paul Hursey
Bloomington, IL

Being a Black man in America is like running through “An American wildfire wearing gasoline drawers”.  It is difficult to let your guard down because someone is always chasing you.

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  • Terrie

    Amen. I’m a woman but I see the world now through my sons’ eyes and I quake at what they will have to encounter as they reach manhood. Black men are the strongest, deepest, smartest, most complex people in this country and I’m appalled at the waste of our human capital.