This article was written by Stephen M. Gillon, an scholar-in-residence for HISTORY and professor of history at the University of Oklahoma. He openly asks and ponders on why a lot of white males are ticked off as recently seen in Charlottesville in this article written for the Washington Post: What emboldened white nationalists to brazenly march […]Read More The Washington Post: Why are so many white men so angry?
It’s safe to say that few centuries of violent white supremacy inflicted on black people have created a black inferiority complex (internalized racism). That campaign continues as black pathology has become a ‘thing’. Certain human problems have been morphed into black problems exclusively. Even the most ‘woke’ among us will blurt or rant at least […]Read More List of Things Black Folks Need To Stop Believing About Themselves NOW!
The Thanksgiving Lie Every November, this nation celebrates Thanksgiving, a time where we spend with our families for dinner, and supposedly celebrate everything we are thankful for. Its origins have traced back during the early days of American history where European Pilgrims have settled in the new world. According to many history textbooks in almost […]Read More Notable Links: Thanksgiving & Black Friday Edition
I peeped this over at AlterNet.com. It’s a testament story from Linda Tirado, a single mother, who describes her own life to help explain what it means to be poor: There’s no way to structure this coherently. They are random observations that might help explain the mental processes. But often, I think that we look […]Read More Editorial: Why Poor People’s Bad Decisions Make Perfect Sense (UPDATE)