I know I promised to give you more Black Every Friday posts, you know, like old times. And I have really been slacking! I know of too many dope Black things to not be on my sh- Anywho, it’s been just over a year since I met two of the sisters from Black Balance Podcast, […]Read more "You Down With BBP?"
If I kill a cop it will be because “I feared for my life”: because I saw a gun, because I thought I saw a gun, because he was reaching for a gun that I never saw and was never there, because he was approaching me, because I heard a sound. Or, more likely, because […] […]Read more "If I kill a cop (a repost)"
I am an African who had their scales fall from their eyes Traumatised from the revelation behind their lies Of “You can be anything you want to be” And “Follow your dreams”; I mean, look what happened to Dr King Follwing those smooth slithering serpents’ doctrines. While I’m climbing on the rough side of this […] […]Read more "The African Disillusions of My Youth — MINDSIGHTCOLLECTIVE (a repost)"
By Daniel Johnson Honestly, there would be no Miley Cyrus, Iggy Azalea, Katy Perry, Yes Julz or any other white woman culturally appropriating Blackness without the continued support and validation of Black men. Black men are culpable accomplices when insincere and advantage-seeking white women steal and devalue both Black women and Black culture. White women… via […]Read more "For every white woman that appropriates Blackness, there’s a Black man behind her — RaceBaitR"
Dear Brave Ones, I am deeply sorry for your tragic losses. The world is still broken. I should tell you that something crashed into my heart, when almost a year apart, I learned that you were drafted into a small, unfortunate fraternity: Family of Black victims killed by the police. The scenario is too […] via […]Read more "A Letter to the Families of Philando Castile and Charleena Lyle (a repost)"
We spend our lives craving it, looking for it, and talking about it. The meaning of It can be felt more than it can be expressed. It’s called the greatest virtue. It’s love. What is love? I spoke to people, read books on it and even searched several dictionaries for an absolute but there was […] […]Read more "Does Black Love Actually Exist? (a reblog)"