Notable Links: 5-30/14

No Sympathy for the Devil To quote Angry Asian Man, staying up-to-date on this story has been “dizzying” (also, to quote AAA: “fuck this guy”). On the one hand, for anyone with degrees/deep interests in fields like sociology and psychology, Elliot Rodger’s legacy of videos and his WTF manifesto are a treasure trove. Long after […]

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R.I.P. Maya Angelou

From CNN: A literary voice revered globally for her poetic command and her commitment to civil rights has fallen silent. Maya Angelou died at her home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Wednesday, said her literary agent, Helen Brann. The 86-year-old was a novelist, actress, professor, singer, dancer and activist. In 2010, President Barack Obama awarded […]

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xPrae’s Racism Denial: Part III

We’re down to the final stretch, everyone. You will start notice, if you haven’t already, that xPrae tends to repeat his ‘facts’. I can only believe that he does this because he has no sources. So, he uses himself as a source and repeats his views to convince others that it’s the one and only […]

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xPrae’s Racism Denial: Part II

xPraetorius has expectedly written a response article as I knew he would. In the end, he’s just rehashing his points with no new developments or references. Let’s continue on. From our dealings with the RGI, they have never — not even once — answered several glaring, hard-to-dispute points that indict their position: These points are: […]

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xPrae’s Racism Denial: Part I

xPraetorius can not seem to keep my or Abagond’s name out of his blog when he talks about a supposed complex he refers to as the Race Grievance Industry (RGI). He strongly believes that “White Racism Is Simply Not a Big Problem in America Today”. So, I decided to pull one of his tactics and […]

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Notable Links: 5-23/14

White supremacy is alive and well: Ta-Nehisi Coates and the case for reparations Ta-Nehisi Coates, a senior editor at The Atlantic magazine, thinks it’s time for a bold step to change the way we talk and think about race in America. This week, Bill speaks to Coates about his June cover story for the magazine, […]

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