All week, I have been trying to do a “witty” post but I kept drawing blanks on what I have been reading & listening to (bummer). Luckily I checked Racialicious today because the letter below defiantly pulled me out of my little rut of news boredom.While I think that the mom hPeep The Rest!
I ran across this article today on the American Legacy Magazine site listed as a “Little Known Black History Fact”. The fact happens to be part history & part recent news but nonetheless interesting.After digging around for more information, I found that this story is abouPeep The Rest!
Celebs lately just seem to love to make bigoted statements in public recently & there is no need to name names because you know who they are (Isaiah Washington, Michael Richards, Mel Gibson). After they said their shit, it was all over the news & everyone new about & some ePeep The Rest!
I found this in the Youtube vault & thought it was worthy of a post. I really like the message but not sure of the stats given so don't ask me: OK!Anyway, what do you think about the message, the myths & the truth of the matter?Check out more info on What Black Men Think @ MPeep The Rest!
I 1st heard about this story last week while listening to the News & Notes African American Roundtable w/Farai Chideya on NPR (so worth subscribing to the African American Roundtable Podcast). Anyway if you have been with me for a while, you know that Crack Heads get on my nerPeep The Rest!
In my “Live it Everyday” everyday post, I mentioned that I chose the African name Tafari for myself during a Kwanzaa event that I planned for the kids+ last month. Well after some very heavy hearted contemplation I decided to fully accept the name & replace my given nPeep The Rest!
What's wrong with this picture??? I found this on Youtube today & was pretty shocked by it. I also was tripped out by some of the comments left by other viewers. The message has 2 things going on IMHO 1) Black people can be made a fool of just to get a part. 2) Black/darkPeep The Rest!
I heard about this phenomenal Russell Simmons story today while attending the Elevating Academic Achievement: Best Practices for Educators of African American Male Students Conference today (Detroit) during the Using Public Relations to Increase Parental Participation WhilePeep The Rest!
Black leaders Monday presented the entertainment industry with a challenge: to stop using the "N-Word."The word that was used in Michael Richard's violent outburst is seen as a racial slur by any of those who use it, and politicians and entertainers decided that they have had ePeep The Rest!
Without a doubt, I am a proponent for African slavery reparations! (side note: I am not sure what the average Negro would do with a reparation payment) To date the US has refused to officially apologize for slavery because of the expected fall out for back payment to ancestors.AnPeep The Rest!