Homelessness erases the past and blurs the present. It is an odd paradigm of instability in which a person is collectively viewed through a kaleidoscope of race, economics and socio-politics. This article will describe my experience with homelessness and provide perspective on others who do as well.
Mumia Abu Jamal was convicted of murder in 1982. Jamal, a journalist and writer, has forged an unlikely resistance to his imprisonment. With the pen as his sword, Jamal has redefined freedom.
A youthful craving for candy and a zealot collided in tragedy. The Black Lives Matter Movement sprung from the chest of Trayvon Martin, an African American boy whose death became a call for justice.