Tag Archives: Ahmaud Arbery

Lorde on Our Fury over Racial Killings

Lorde has a poem examining her anger at Whites killing innocent Blacks. It’s a good caution as the Arbery trial nears its end.

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The Arbery Killers, Today’s Slave Catchers

The men who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery are like the slave catchers in “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.”

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