I’m a slice of marbled bread, surrounded by white loaves, captive in a baker’s rack, waiting to be displayed in the storefront counter. “Whiteness” in the appetite of man eludes and, at times, overwhelms me. Embedded in every conceivable medium, archived for posterity, true or not. Its myths secure, legends immortalized, legacies glorified. What about the rye and pumpernickel […]
Category Archives: Empowerment
Bernie, you damn near did the impossible. You showed us the Promised Land – just beyond the horizon. Thank you. Seriously, thank you. But you made the same mortal mistake all REFORMERS make. You believed you could start a revolution and right a corrupt system from WITHIN the castle.
I can’t help but marvel at the growing anti-elitist movement taking place in real time. As a lifelong populist, left of liberal, just barely right of anarchist – I welcome the long overdue makings of a people-first political campaign.
“Power concedes nothing without demand. It never did and never will.” – Frederick Douglas. As multicultural and multiracial (primarily raised and identifying as Latino and Pascua Yaqui Indian) I’ve long felt compelled to offer a counter-narrative to commonly held perceptions about the Latino community. https://www.amazon.com/author/wilsonfrederico
Culture is not in our DNA; it’s not a birthright. Communal authority teaches our norms and customs. As children, we have little choice, but to absorb what is encouraged, promoted and expected. We’re innocents, compliant and susceptible to the edicts of our hosts. https://www.amazon.com/author/wilsonfrederico
In the interim I’ll listen to only symphonic compositions, grab a two-finger scotch, or a Washington state legal marijuana joint – or both – and purge away the vocal styling and rapture of Obama-Speak. https://www.amazon.com/author/wilsonfrederico
And so it came to be. Whether her ascent up the trapeze rope ladder was by force or by choice, she scaled intrepidly up, into the unknown. https://www.amazon.com/author/wilsonfrederico
“So, they take this big, tough, nasty-ass rooster, too old to grill, too tough to roast…marinate and simmer the shit out of it, before it’s tasty.” – Anthony Bourdain, on the preparation of a Burgundy wine-based rooster entrée. I couldn’t have described my Latino “Pocho” life any better. https://www.amazon.com/author/wilsonfrederico
You’re not your parent’s favorite child – or maybe you are – but you already knew that, didn’t you? https://www.amazon.com/author/wilsonfrederico
Upon completing her tutorial, she turns, reaches for and grabs the doorknob, only to discover that the door was locked. And that’s when it hit me. https://www.amazon.com/author/wilsonfrederico