Black-on-black crime is a real issue

Graphic copyright © 2020 Bill Cawthon.

The longer we try to deny it or sweep it under the rug, the more black people will be lost.

An opinion piece by Washington Post columnist Theresa Vargas caught my eye today.

In the usual emotional appeal to the tragedy of young people dying, and in obeisance to the dictums that thou shalt not speak of black-on-black crime and thou shalt never miss an opportunity to demonize…

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Professional writer. Passionately interested in facts. Founder of onewordtexas.org

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William Connell Cawthon Jr.

William Connell Cawthon Jr.

Professional writer. Passionately interested in facts. Founder of onewordtexas.org

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