The current truth of white angst for black suffering

If a story begins with “From my perspective as a Southern white man …” it’s probably not worth reading. This is a cruel irony for a writer who, now in the second half of life, has become more memoirist hoping to leave thoughts worth considering before he puts down the pen for good.

A middle-class, white male in the South is a perplexing status these days. On one hand, you…

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Writer & published author. Marketing strategist & podcaster. Father & mediocre boyfriend. I think I’m funny, too.

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Jason Falls

Jason Falls

Writer & published author. Marketing strategist & podcaster. Father & mediocre boyfriend. I think I’m funny, too.

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