At the end of last year, we saw a 12 Angry Men. This play as based on the book, “12 Angry Men: True Stories O Being A Black Man In America Today.” The following actors were the cast members: Oberon K.A. Adjepong, Jerome Preston Bates, Sheldon Best, W. Tre Davis, Jason Dirden, Dule Hill, Chuckwudi Iwuji, Dorian Missick, Roscoe Orman, Roger Robinson, Taimak, Terrell Tilford, John David Washington.
The play was great. It dealt with police brutality. I want to read the book. Hopefully, I can add the book to my reading list within the next 18 months or so.
Why in a neighborhood with a multitude of Laundromats, have I yet to find a decent Laundromat to patronize? Between the rudeness, poor customer service, and a dryer inexplicably shredding my scarf like it had a personal beef with it; I’m tempted to get a washboard and a laundry line. Smh!
When we were children traveling, my mother wouldn’t allow us to remain seated if an elder or pregnant lady got on the train or bus…We had to give our seats up, and we were girls…There’s nothing that trumps old-school values…Raise up a child right…