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Agape EP

DJsNeverEndingStory Agape EP

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My girlfriend always says, “You have to give up good in order to get great. You have to give up better in order to get the best.”
This past year has been filled with abandonment from the person I once was. I sold my car, donated the majority of my clothes to charity, walked out of my job without letting anyone know I was quitting (including my boss), and left home not knowing for certain where I would live with little money saved. I became a wanderer in my head. Growing up allowed me to realize that the character I was building within was only from experiences that were readily presented in front of me in life. I wanted change because I knew I wasn’t truly the man I was supposed to be.
I grew up sheltered and there wasn’t much in my hometown that facilitated self-exploration. I left; mentally, physically, and spiritually. There’s been years that I’ve imagined being inspiration to those that led a similar life. With God, I want to give people hope. Nobody wants to read the story of man who’s done the possible.

djsneverendingstory:

Download Agape on DJsNeverEndingStory.com

My girlfriend always says, “You have to give up good in order to get great. You have to give up better in order to get the best.”

This past year has been filled with abandonment from the person I once was. I sold my car, donated the majority of my clothes to charity, walked out of my job without letting anyone know I was quitting (including my boss), and left home not knowing for certain where I would live with little money saved. I became a wanderer in my head. Growing up allowed me to realize that the character I was building within was only from experiences that were readily presented in front of me in life. I wanted change because I knew I wasn’t truly the man I was supposed to be.

I grew up sheltered and there wasn’t much in my hometown that facilitated self-exploration. I left; mentally, physically, and spiritually. There’s been years that I’ve imagined being inspiration to those that led a similar life. With God, I want to give people hope. Nobody wants to read the story of man who’s done the possible.

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Five Myths About Crime in Black America—and the Statistical Truths

In the wake of Trayvon Martin’s death [and Renisha McBride and Jonathan Ferrell], we’ve seen a lot of discussion of the larger societal issues that play into how and when people are perceived as criminals. There were hoodies, there were marches, and there were frank talks from parent to child about how to minimize the danger of being a young person of color. On the other side, there were justifications of George Zimmerman’s actions: a smear campaign against Martin’s character, and plenty of writers explaining that statistically, blacks are simply more dangerous to be around.

That framing ignores the realities behind the numbers. Here are five myths about crime and people of color.

Shani O. Hilton