Year: 2016

Russia Hacked the U.S. Election. I’m Skeptic

Accusations that Russia hacked the election remind me of 911 accusations that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. Opponents of Trump are so eager to find something to justify why Clinton lost the election that they aren’t realizing that

Posted in Politics Education

Blacks Endorse Too Fast — Hillary v Bernie

Some of you black people really need to stop acting stupid when it comes to politics. If you were teenagers, I would understand, but many of you are beyond your late twenties, and still you are acting like dunces, going

Posted in Politics Education, Race Matters

Celebrating Blackness

Lately I have been feeling really proud about how black people have been standing in their truths while using new technologies of social media to resist the violent knowledges, fashions, bodies, and “opportunities” of dominant cultures. In the past, I

Posted in Race Matters

A Small Place — My View

A Small Place by Jamaica Kincaid–If only we could have more works like this: bold, not politically correct, honest, and unedited in many ways. I haven’t read her other works yet, but I bet that she no longer writes in

Posted in Reviews

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