By Simeon Nkola Matamba (Twitter:@Simeon_5)
Protests that recently engulfed Ferguson before spreading across America have once again brought racism to light. They are an eloquent reminder of persistent social imbalances in the “Land of The Free” purportedly rid of race discrimination.
Echoes of the six bullets fired by white policeman Darren Wilson to seal the destiny of a black boy, Michael Brown, still resound in Ferguson and beyond. As a further matter, unrest fueled by Wilson’s non-indictment for the murder of Brown increased the likelihood of seeing American society propelled to the brink of a dangerous precipice. Continue reading