Tagged: black culture

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The Pro-Black Middle Class

Recent racial injustices have given voice to a grossly underrepresented group. A cross sectional sub group of both the Black Community and the American Middle Class, the Pro-Black Middle Class might be the only...

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Your life is killing you

While I was re-watching the Wire for the third time, a particular line struck me. “It’s not difficult to kill people who are already in the business of killing themselves.” I know… It’s a...

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Shootin’ in the gym

Drake’s line in Rick Ross’s “Stay Schemin’” has sparked somewhat of a viral cultural phenomenon. B!%@#, you wasn’t with me shootin’ in the gym. For those of you who aren’t a fan of Drake...

The Master Plan 0

The Master Plan

Every morning I spend an hour or two watching local news and looking through my rss feeds for international news on certain topics. For the past few months, my rss feed for “African American”...

[Biased] Spike Lee vs. Tyler Perry 8

[Biased] Spike Lee vs. Tyler Perry

Spike Lee, Each artist should be allowed to pursue their artistic endeavors, but I still think there is a lot of stuff out today that is coonery and buffoonery. I know it’s making a...

Skin Whitening Creams… Your thoughts? 1

Skin Whitening Creams… Your thoughts?

Embedded video from CNN Video I know you’ve heard, “She’s pretty for a dark-skinned girl.” In America it is no secret nor surprise that some African Americans have a color complex. It’s a subject...

[Gangsters and Movie Stars] Is Hollywood guilty of multiple Negligent Homicides? 0

[Gangsters and Movie Stars] Is Hollywood guilty of multiple Negligent Homicides?

Everyone loves a “rags to riches” story; combine that with our love of violence and rebellion and then sprinkle in a charismatic main character and you have the typical gangster movie. Are these fictional...