racism

You can’t do nothing about CRAZY

Some lovers of fiction novels swear that Moby Dick was the greatest American fiction novel that was ever written. Some of our non-fiction writers are certain to contend that President Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, has penned a classic.

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Georgia Provost: “We need a Black Agenda!”

"Right now, we as Black people need to get us an agenda and we need to discuss all of these disparities that we have in the Black community; education, healthcare and clinics, employment, parks for the youth, food, housing, economic development and the list goes on and on," Georgia Provost said.

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Victims of ‘systemic inequity’

To you, she may look like a WELFARE MOTHER, too young, with too many kids and living off the system. But to us, she looks like a YOUNG BLACK WOMAN shielding the ones she loves and who love her back. Her babies have already been born with two strikes against them, just because they were

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What’s the difference between a noose and a chokehold?

They used to hang what they called “low down niggers” in public settings under the guise of what they deemed “law and order” of the White Gods they worshipped and their manipulated systems of justice. Today, the “low down cops” who are scared to use the politically incorrect “N-Word” in front of us still treat us like the “niggers” they foolishly perceived us to be — and are still killing us in public settings.

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Sick and tired of being sick and tired: Time to fight RIGHT!

Burn, baby burn. March, baby march. Cry, baby cry. Die … baby … die! That’s the reality of the Black man in America. On May 25, Houston native George Floyd pleaded for mercy as he gasped for air and cried out for his mama as a racist cop, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck.

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You Must Understand: Know your place???

He woke up that morning with a bounty on his head. Sadly, he did not know it as he laced up his shoes and set out for a standard jog. He never stood a chance. Because two white men were seemingly looking for a kill and another innocent black man was, unfortunately, going to unknowingly cross their paths at "their" right time for murder.

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De’Andre Arnold: Laughing all the way to Hollywood

From being told to remove his dreadlocks or don't attend graduation, to walking on the red carpet at the 92nd Annual Academy Awards, De’Andre Arnold is proudly showing everyone he will not be bullied into chopping off his hair, which is now the center of national attention.

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