Co-opting Black Brilliance

Co-opting Black Brilliance

Akala: Dynamite by any other name… Co-opting Black Brilliance Rapper, adapter of Shakespeare and brother of Ms Dynamite, Akala is on a mission to correct a few misconceptions… By Kate Mossman |Courtesy of the Guardian | Saturday, 1 June 2013 | 19.05 EDT | Last modified on Sunday 2 June 2013…

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The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle

The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle <meta http-equiv=”X-Frame-Options” content=”DENY” /> The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle The Danger of Superficial Knowledge in the Black Struggle ~ You know, it is actually okay to not comment on topics that you are not educated on, academically or…

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Baton Rouge Police Execute Alton Sterling in Public

Baton Rouge Police Execute Alton Sterling in Public   Police Execute Alton Sterling Police Execute Alton Sterling ~ I want to start this article off by elucidating my position, and the grounds from which I write and speak on the death of Alton Sterling, and so many other unarmed Black…

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Stacey Dash Calls Jesse Williams a Hollywood Plantation Slave

Stacey Dash Calls Jesse Williams a ‘Hollywood Plantation Slave,’ Says His Powerful BET Speech Was an ‘Attack on White People’ News Stacey Dash Calls Jesse Williams a ‘Hollywood Plantation Slave,’ Says His Powerful BET Speech Was an ‘Attack on White People’ Courtesy of ET Online | June 30, 2016 | See Editorial Commentary at…

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Congressional Candidate Vows to Make America White Again

Tennessee Congressional Candidate Has A Dream To ‘Make America White Again’ Rick Tyler longs for a “Leave It to Beaver” version of America. 06/22/20  | by Kim Bellware | Courtesy of The Huffington Post Congressional Candidate Vows to Make America White Again Congressional Candidate Vows to Make America White Again…

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Addressing African American Inner-city Violence through Racial Socialization

Addressing African American Inner-city Violence through Racial Socialization African American Inner-city Violence African American Inner-city Violence ~ The multitudinous, enigmatic issues that are plaguing the Black collective have been well-documented in books, research, articles and academic papers, and one of the most polarizing topics is what is commonly referred to…

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You are Not the Father

You are Not the Father You are Not the Father ~The phrase, “you are not the father” became popular over the last two decades — as millions of Americans tuned in to the Maury Povich Show to watch mostly impoverished individuals air their dirty laundry before the world. A significant…

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Orlando Shooting Far from Worst Massacre in U.S. History

Orlando Shooting Far from Worst Massacre in U.S. History ~ Revealing the hidden legacy of violence in the U.S. where hundred of blacks were killed in towns like Tulsa, OK and Rosewood, FL Orlando Shooting Far from Worst Massacre in U.S. History As news of yesterday’s shooting at an Orlando…

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The Whitewashing of Authentic Black Manhood

The Whitewashing of Authentic Black Manhood ~ Recent Death of the Man Simply Known as the Greatest, Muhammad Ali, Reveals the Tendency of White, Mainstream Media to Whitewash the Unapologetic Blackness of our Black Leaders! The Whitewashing of Authentic Black Manhood The Whitewashing of Authentic Black Manhood ~ Earlier this week I…

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What’s Driving Your Commitment to the Black Struggle?

What’s Driving Your Commitment to the Black Struggle? You cannot completely explain commitment from a place of reason and rationale, because there will be times when commitment does not make sense. So, what’s driving your commitment to the Black Struggle? I have learned that it is impossible to explain commitment,…

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