Although I may be a white chick with spear tats on each side of my Mohawk, I can relate to America's great black writer James Baldwin's take on growing up black in America. Especially now after joining up with the New Seminole. I've become more empathic towards people of the First Nations and people of color because I've been there and can see it and feel it. America was once called the "great melting pot" of cultures. Since I married Nokosee Osceola, I'm now part of that mixing of the world's races but not as much as our daughter Haalie is. You can see it in her face and skin, a great blending of mom and dad. But with POTUS maddeningly stirring the melting pot with each new decree, I wonder if she will ever be able to fit into the New America he's trying so hard to create. Listen to Baldwin tell it like it was and still is. Not much has changed since he spoke so eloquently.
Holatte-Sutv Turwv Osceola.