The Other Side of the Tracks: A Socially Speaking commentary December 27, 2011 By Perry Redd It would be conceivable that civilized societies have the capacity to change the course of history. The United States boasts an exceptionalism that other nations dare to claim. So why is it that the U.S. can identify problem […]
Archive for December 2011
Occupy is the new song from Perry Redd and Reddland recordings from the upcoming “Strange Revolution” CD…The movement to “Occupy Wall Street” (in 1,574 cities as of today) has been crticized, maligned, demeaned and demonized by the status quo…but it contiues–to gain momemtum and credibility–as the rats that brought America’s economic system to a place of irrevocable redemption. Government-sanctioned wars, corporate greed and legislative irresponsibility has caused harm and hardship on poor and working-class Americans–black, white and otherwise–that aren’t felt by the top income brackets of this country. We “occupy” to voice disdain and disapproval of this unjust system, demolish the current injustices and make way for a re-structure of the corrupted socio-economic American system.
November 29, 2011 By Perry Redd You know, I’ve been thinking about a story that cropped up in the news over the weekend and it’s been in my craw today. Yes, it’s about race and politics-the two things that can wake me from a dead sleep. I read that Israel is recruiting American Blacks to […]