Category Archives: Signed Sirelle

Monthly outlook, as told by Sirelle Carter.

Signed Sirelle: “Untitled”

In the aftermath of the most deadly mass shooting in our nation’s history, we have reached peak hypocrisy in America. Nightmarishly, in the early hours of Sunday morning, a gunman entered a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, and opened fire … Continue reading

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Signed Sirelle: FEBRUARY 2016 – “The Significance of Black This, Black That: for People Stuck on Stupid”

“There shouldn’t be a Black History Month. We’re Americans. Period. That’s it.” From the moment we begin our grade school circuit of history courses, we’re taught a “wide-ranging” curriculum of American history. The Reconstruction Era, Western Expansion, FDR’s New Deal, … Continue reading

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Signed Sirelle: JANUARY 2016 – “Letter to Obama”

Dear Mr. President, I could not be more ecstatic that your presidency is coming to an end. You see, I voted for you twice. And if not for that damned 22nd Amendment, I would certainly be voting for you again. … Continue reading

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Signed Sirelle: SUMMER 2015 – “Love, Again”

Love is so inconsiderate. I mean, imagine this: one finally reaches a mild level of self-satisfaction — or content — with keeping themselves company, and in the click of a Facebook minute, your status changes. We’ve all gone through the motions. Stuffing … Continue reading

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Signed Sirelle: APRIL/MAY 2015 – “Sacrifice”

Just a few days removed from our annual observance of Memorial Day, I found myself pondering over the sacrifice every individual — in which we as a nation remembered — had made. They’d given their life to serve this country, … Continue reading

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Signed Sirelle: MARCH 2015 – “Civil Rights, Moral Wrongs”

Musician Dave Matthews once stated that, “The saddest part of the human race is we’re obsessed with the idea of ‘us and them,’ which is really a no-win situation, whether it’s racial, cultural, religious or political.” I stumbled upon that … Continue reading

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Signed Sirelle: FEBRUARY 2015 – “Why We Need Black History Month”

It has long been my desire to integrate contributing writers into Sirelle Carter Online. The beauty of SCO is that its content has served to be collectively significant to individuals all over the world. Yet I have always believed that … Continue reading

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