ToshSevier

ToshSevier 10 months, 3 weeks ago on Herald changing online commenting system

Interesting. So the insult slingers have to show their name and a face to go with their prejudices....thats a bit much in the South! That destroys the Heritage of throw the rock hide ur hand. I'm not sure I want to know the names and faces of the people who so feverishly hate a local institution of higher learning that facilitates changing thousands of young people's lives. Preparing them for meaningful and productive careers seems ludicrous in light of the on going desire to keep certain communities socioeconomics unbalanced and under progressive. Let the cowards continue to speak without accountability its how things are done around here, as I continue folding my beloved rebel flag and tucking its corners neatly in the box of perdition! Selah

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ToshSevier 1 year, 5 months ago on Forget the greater good; consider my needs

So ill be leaving the dialogue. Talking to people without names is pointless. Calling me to accountability with mask on seems so familiar. Thanks for the publicity unknown ones. Peace love and hair grease. Lol till next time.

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ToshSevier 1 year, 5 months ago on Forget the greater good; consider my needs

Funny most of you all feel qualified to chime in on the validity of the racist idea. However none of you have referenced the origin of the dialogue. Mr. Fletcher hand picked a few post out of 225 + postings that started from a simple question. Go look it up! I think those posting behind the anonymous names should one stop throwing rocks with a hidden hand, and secondly go find the post that Mr Fletcher is referencing so you have an informed position. Calling some stupid, angry lost soul seems a bit harsh when none of you know me !

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ToshSevier 1 year, 5 months ago on Forget the greater good; consider my needs

I refuse to hide behind anonymous names. I share my opinions freely. When my truth no longer bears relevance I disguard it for a new truth. Being able to confront misunderstandings and fallacy within any relationship demonstrates the true strenght and investment of all parties involved. Open dialogue leads to unrealized solutions.

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ToshSevier 1 year, 5 months ago on Forget the greater good; consider my needs

Interestingly enough, 6 plus years ago a young man approached Mr. Fletcher and ask for a platfrorm to discuss race. Mr.Fletcher jumped at the opportunity to give a young black youth an opportunity to challenge the norm. This young man was award the highest ranking freshman at ASU March 24,2006,and in 2009-2010 scholar of the year for his Department (Speech and Theatre). Mr. Fletcher, at the request of Mr. Tosh, agreed to read and revise the article that Mr. Fletcher agreed to publish "Emanicipated" on June 19, 2006. Funny how i Became a racist in my attempt to get us as a community to dialogue about our differences!. Sorry that in Mr. Fletcher's attepmt to characterize me as a racist, he failed to lead you to the origin of the dialogue and the original thread that progressed to a great open dialogue with more than 219 comments! if we talk we can heal ! if we heal our hearts open to possiblities otherwise unrealized! i want change and im not affraid to confront what is my reality! lets talk...............

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