Listen to: The Horror, The Horror: "Get Out" And The Place of Race in Scary Movies - http://one.npr.org/i/513329775:516558046
If that's NOT who we are; who are we ... Really?
From the article: It was Baldwin who said that the word belongs to white people. So, what is the problem with reading to a crowd of white people something sourced from their own historical imaginations? Again, to quote Baldwin, “You’re the nigger, baby, it isn’t me.” ******************** This was by far the best prose I … Continue reading (Shared Article) This sh*t is for us?: All my n*ggas, and Black people who don’t do the N-word. – RaceBaitR
At NASA, everyone pees the same color...
http://www.villagevoice.com/news/giving-up-on-white-people-9345891 This was the gripping text from the article: "In this election, White people did not vote against their self-interests. They may have voted against a self-interest — a few actually — but not their most important one: The preservation of White supremacy. Retaining the value of a Whiteness they believed to be increasingly devalued superseded everything … Continue reading Giving Up on White People | Village Voice
Author: By Callie Folke - Oct 05 2016 Original article is listed at: https://www.freshu.io/callie-folke/what-being-biracial-in-black-and-white-world-is-like ********** As the mother of a Bi-racial / Black & White Superstar, reading the article was indeed refreshing and it also sadden me because I haven't figured out how to raise a child of color with a dual national, dual racial background in a … Continue reading [SHARING AN ARTICLE]What Being Biracial in a Black-and-White World is Like
Note from BW of Brazil: OK, so now that we have celebrated the exhilarating victory of judo artist Rafaela Silva bringing home Brazil’s first gold medal right in her own hometown... Read more about real racism in Brazil and their failed racial democracy. Source: Can we keep it real, Brazil? You don't really love the … Continue reading (Shared Article) Can we keep it real, Brazil? You don’t really love the Rafaela Silvas of the world; you only like this one temporarily because she won the gold!
When you do nothing ... You silent allow any and everything. You are an accomplice to injustice.
This is by far one of the most elegant yet insightful analysis of the racism that fuels the Trump campaign. Do check it out, it is a great read. http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/08/04/opinion/trump-reflects-white-male-fragility.html?_r=0&referer=
...in order to survive we have to make appropriations to be uncomfortable and unsatisfied (constantly) in our own bed.