RC Communications Principal & Cofounder Calvin Dark discusses how Trump’s “law & order” campaign in US cities is not only contrary to values we should aspire to but it’s also ineffective on Detrás de la Noticia with Eva Golinger. [en Español]
Mi perspectiva sobre 👉🏾 ¿Qué hay detrás de la política del presidente Donald Trump, de enviar a policías federales a las ciudades que protestan contra la violencia racial? #Portland #GeorgeFloyd #BLM #BlackLivesMatter
I’m thankful that Congressman #JohnLewis did the things that were hard. Let’s honor him and that fight by voting and helping others to #vote. @repjohnlewis #goodtrouble
“Trump wants to pretend the #COVID19 pandemic is over so the economy will begin to bounce back before Nov. That’s because his only valid reelection argument is that he didn’t ruin the economy that Obama left him.” – Calvin Dark, Principal & Co-founder, RC Communications
En una entrevista concedida el domingo a la cadena HispanTV, desde Washington, el analista internacional Calvin Dark ha abordado el tema del racismo en el país norteamericano, en concreto, las recientes violentas protestas para denunciar el reciente asesinato brutal de George Floyd, un afroamericano que murió a manos de un agente de la Policía de Mineápolis, en el estado de Minesota.
“Lo que ahora está pasando en nuestro país es que la gente está enojada y los que están en poder no toman en serio los cambios que necesitamos para mejorar la situación” ha enfatizado el analista.
In the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of the North Carolina Folklore Journal, Calvin Dark’s historical fiction short story about his Aunt Janie was published.
An excerpt from the short story and the link to the full story are below:
“On that summer day when Aunt Janie was born Great-Grandma Maggie said we got a needy rain. Needy for the tomatoes and beans that were frightfully dry. Needy for the grazing creatures whose parched throats were not satisfied by the water we provided. We, who toiled in the life-giving ground of the old home place, rejoiced because such a rain was needy.
As Aunt Janie grew, she did exactly for the old home place what the needy rain did for the dry ground and parched throats. She had a way of bringing new life and new hope to folks who felt the toil of the years heavy on their shoulders. So, you know that it hit us mighty hard when Aunt Janie (who was “just a handful of fortnights a woman,” according to Great-Grandma Maggie) said that she wanted to leave the old home place and live in New York City.
Well, the old folks threw up their hands and bombarded Aunt Janie with the Gospel Truth about New York City, or, as the Prophet Ezekiel more aptly referred to it, the valley of dry bones. They said that the air reeked of ashes and sulfur and its wide boulevards were paved with sin and laden with strife. And its poor inhabitants, whose lot it was to travel that hopeless highway, were pitiful, sinful creatures who grazed ignorantly on a dead, desolate hill.”
Click the link for the full short story -> ncfj_wcvrcdark_mar2019.pdf
“If we protest when we sing & act, we’re messing with culture. If we do it kneeling at a game we’re not patriotic. What exactly are the delicate ways we’re supposed to tell you the system is broken? Black & Brown people are tired of trying to be the racist whisperer. Don’t confuse ‘peaceful’ with ‘comfortable’ — just because it makes you uncomfortable doesn’t mean it’s not peaceful.” – Calvin Dark, RC Communications Principal & Co-founder
#blacklivesmatter #saytheirnames #GeorgeFloyd #BreonnaTaylor #AhmaudArbery