Scholar and art critic Michael Francis Gibson has published over fifteen books, including essays on culture and the power of images. A fierce defender of racial equality and an arbiter for compassion in social and political relations, he is currently putting the finishing touches on a film script that will be of tremendous interest to friends of the African American community in the U.S. as well as the world at large.
Dear Mr. President,
That crazy group called ironically FAIR has already gone into overdrive ever since the announcement that a Republican set of immigration â€œprinciplesâ€ will be floated to the House GOP caucus. A certainly proactive bunch indeed! You, Democratic and left wing groups, should take a page from their book.
On Jan. 15, the group released a press release to the national media slamming back at Republicans who are trying to come up with some solution to the issue of 11.5 million undocumented immigrants in the United States without forcing the U.S. Senate bill down their caucusâ€™ throats and scaring them further right.
Men are always whispering sweet nothings in the ears of women, who fall for the sweet, syrupy words. Thereâ€™s a reason why they call it sweet nothings for, usually, theyâ€™re sweet but have nothing behind them.
â€œOh baby, you mean so much to me, youâ€™re the only one in my life.â€ Many times these lines work and the ladies fall for them, hook line and sinker. So many are gullible, believing everything that comes out of the manâ€™s mouth, while others are just plain desperate, as they want to be had by a man â€¦ at any cost.
Instead the 17-year-old was killed by Michael Dunn at a Florida gas station in 2012 when Jordan and his friends refused to turn down their loud music.
On Saturday night, Dunn was found guilty of three counts of second-degree attempted murder but was not convicted on the charge of first-degree murder in the killing of Jordan. Dunn now faces more than 60 years in prison.