A blog about writing fiction, and everything else, in the middle of a decidedly African American experience, despite myself, and the trouble it creates in my relationships.
Walter Dunn Jr's insight:
2. To reduce in esteem or rank.
For the first 100 years in America, black people didn't know no better about those disparaging looks and where they led. So the look just bounced off our souls, and quietly we believed that's just the way it was over here. It was during that second 100 years that we began to ask questions when the disparaging look was connected with the preemptive strike. Before the propaganda, then the hoods came out. Wooden crosses were burned, and strange fruit began falling prodigiously from poplar trees. In the 3rd 100 years that disparaging look has become just a regular heat seeking missile, motivating things like stop and frisk, or the outright annihilation of any warm blooded black thing traveling against the grain. So boys and girls you keep those eyes open wide, and look both ways for disparaging looks before walking across the street against any red lights, you hear!
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