Category : Lifestyle

10 months ago

The Jim Crow iceberg and the end of Bilbo populism.

krebscycle99.wordpress.com - There is popular but catastrophically false “left/progressive” narrative of post WWII history in the US that ignores or minimizes the absolutely central role of racism and race privilege. The New Dea…Tweeted by @xanarres...

10 months ago

4 Ways Natural Hair Took Over Mainstream Media In The Year 2014

Tracee Ellis Ross said it best: “2014 was the year I saw my hair on TV.” She would be absolutely right. During the year of 2014, we were able to see natural hair not only represented on Essence, and on natural gurus YouTube channels, but...

10 months ago

Insults to Black History - Frontpagemag

frontpagemag.com - Many whites are ashamed, saddened and feel guilty about our history of slavery, Jim Crow and gross racial discrimination. Many black people remain angry over the injustices of the past and what they …Tweeted by @rumrot https://twit...

10 months ago

Chris Ross on Black Lives Matter and the Language of the Unheard

gmanetwork.com - A lot of people always look at Lebron James, Steph Curry, Jay-Z. Those people are not the norm. When you're born black in the States, you're automatically behind on the race. Automatically. Automatic…Tweeted by @gmanews https://twitt...

10 months ago

Culture: Driving While Black: Equal Protection Under the Law

motortrend.com - (Getty Images) When MotorTrend first hit newsstands in 1949, discriminatory Jim Crow laws were commonplace in much of America. Although the 1964 Civil Rights Act outlawed segregation, institutional racism toward Bl…Tweeted by @AutoC...

10 months ago

Driving While Black: Equal Protection Under the Law

motortrend.com - When MotorTrend first hit newsstands in 1949, discriminatory Jim Crow laws were commonplace in much of America. Although the 1964 Civil Rights Act outlawed segregation, institutional racism toward Bl…Tweeted by @AutoConnectVA https:/...

10 months ago

How Musician BL Shirelle Supports Incarcerated Artists

interviewmagazine.com - BL Shirelle is a lot of things— a Philadelphia native, a lesbian, a survivor of police violence, a community advocate, a formerly incarcerated person, a writer. She’s also the Deputy Director of Die …Tweeted by @InterviewMag h...