Why are Black people hunting down and shooting each other?


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100 Black People. 100 Black Stories. Coming September 2016.

100 Black People

           100 Black Stories


Coming up on “The Tough Questions” podcast series starting in September 2016.

As author of “Black America: Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions” my goals are simple.  To share your ideas, solutions and experiences with America.  It’s not complicated. It’s not huge.  It is our truth..

Your truth and my truth.  Our stories.

As part of the new book that is coming out this fall, we will begin to record your stories via our BlogTalkRadio.com platform.  ½ hour segments* designed to make your responses to The Tough Questions a part of our history.

Support our journey across America with any donation and let’s schedule your interview.

Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Author

“Black America: Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions”


*Each segment will be ½ hour long.  First 15 minutes will be devoted to sharing who you are and what you do with our listening audience.  The final 15 minutes will be based on answering The Tough Question that you have chosen.  We will utilize a separate show page specifically for the show and you will be permitted to have your logo or graphic on the slide show for that page. It will remain there permanently.

Visit our Go Fund Me.com,  pages today, make any donation and let’s schedule your interview.  

Black America, ready to answer “The Tough Questions?”



WE don’t care about Black lives.*

WE meaning the Black Chicago community. Is it possible for us to say that WE care, at least with straight face and not looking now at our shoes?


When the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney’s Office hosted a public forum on conducting an investigation on the Chicago Police Department at Malcolm X College, on 30 people were in attendance in a room that had the capacity to hold hundreds. According to a June issue of The North Lawndale Community News, “At these forums, the DOJ provides information about their investigative process, advise people on how they can contact DOJ, and offer time for community members to speak about their experiences, good or bad, with the Chicago Police Department. And, obviously, missed opportunity for our community watchdogs to have vital input in determining a much needed structure to deal with the cold blooded murder of unarmed people and the failure to prosecute the officers.


I recently read that Black Lives Matter is posed to protest at the upcoming Democratic National Convention. Does that matter? Maybe it is just generates more publicity to forge ahead with that agenda, than to sit at the table with representatives from DOJ and the U.S. Attorney’s Office? What? No loud talking, no chanting, no singing, no screaming, no cameras?


I’m going to take the position that WE just did not know of these meetings. I did not know and I was not in attendance. But, I won’t have that same excuse next time and nor will you.



July 12, 2016 – 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Truman City College – 1145 W. Wilson Avenue in Chicago.

July 14, 2016 – 6:30 – 8:30 PM
The Kroc Center – Chapel 1250 W. 119th Street in Chicago.
Department of Justice (DOJ) 844-401-3735
Westside Branch NAACP 773-261-5890

You may view the official June 21, 2016 press release from DOJ by clicking HERE.


WE sincerely hope that we will see you there and that WE all will share this information.


Ms. Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Author
“Black America: Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions.”


*Written prior to reporting Dallas shootings. Nothing, absolutely nothing makes any of these murders ethical. WE are ALL morally responsible to each other.


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