I should’ve made this post a long time ago. When I was young, I called a few girls names. The most often name I used is the name of a female cow. I heard women say it. So, the weakest reasoning I thought was, ” I should say it too”. I even called one girl […]Read More I’ve Done Some Things: Coming To Terms With Past Mistakes
Tupac was one of the music world’s most influential artists who inspired many musicians, especially rappers. One could say he was regarded as a “hero” to some of them, but even a hero has heroes of their own. And like everyone else, they go through a lot after learning what happens when their heroes fall. […]Read More When Ure Hero Falls: How Tupac’s Poem Reflects Modern Times More Than Ever
Right off the bat, I have mixed feelings about conspiracy theories. While a few sound plausible, others sound like a mixture of second-rate science fiction, amateur horror stories and Level 10 insanity based on twisted fantasies of sad, angry and lonely people. This post is about a prime example of the latter. A Twitter user […]Read More The Outlandish Conspiracy Theory That All First Ladies – Before Melania Trump – Were Transexuals
I always say that hatred and fear are not empowering emotions. Though they may motivate people to do what they believe is right, they also influence people to commit heinous acts if they’re embraced. Such has always been the case with hate groups and individuals who breathe fear and hate. In a few days alone, […]Read More A Convicted Neo-Nazi, a Racist EMT, a Travesty of Justice Against An Abused Woman
I admit that I was mistaken to think that Trump’s ascension was due – in large part – to white male voters. The truth is that over 50% of white women voted for the “grab them by the you-know-what” president. We ask why on Earth would they vote for a man with obvious, despicable sexist […]Read More Why do half of America’s white women always vote for the right?
Dr. Terence Fitzgerald wrote a piece on Racism Review about his thoughts about the Me Too movement. Today, the energy and power derived from the anger and frustration over sexual assault and harassment has generated a long overdue spotlight on a sexist system that creates and supports the injustice women have long endured, on the […]Read More The Racial Issue With “Me Too” and “Believe Her” We Need To Talk About
By now, you’ve heard of or bravely seen the Dr. Phil episode that featured a black teenage girl who proclaims repeatedly that she’s white. If you’ve managed to see even a fraction of the episode, you’re a trooper and I tip my hat to you. I only saw the preview, and my stomach is still […]Read More “I’m White, and I’m Better Than Black People!” Says 16 Year-Old Black Girl (UPDATE)