White Guy: Hey let’s make a fun snazzy video about racism and trivialize it even more by making light of the problem set it to some cool background music.
White Guy MTV Execs : We’re all in.
White Guy: Hey let’s make a fun snazzy video about racism and trivialize it even more by making light of the problem set it to some cool background music.
White Guy MTV Execs : We’re all in.
Somebody get Tomi Lahren on the phone so she can justify calling Black Lives Matter
the new KKK, cause this docu-series shows in stark contrast the differences. She is a sick puppy and the fact she was treated with kid gloves by Trevor Noah and galavanted around midtown with Charlamagne shows they both were looking for ratings and could careless about the racism she spreads on the Blaze. At first my gut reaction was why would they put this show on the air in the age of the alt-right and President-elect Trump. But after watching this America needs to finally face the deep rooted racism in every fabric of our society and stop acting like the philosophy of the KKK is in some vacuum deep down south.
So now he gets to inflict even more pain on the victims families.
22-year-old faces 33 charges of murder and hate crimes for shooting at Charleston church.
I am with them on this one.
Neely Fuller jr explains that it is only when you admit that you are not as a strong that you become stronger. Get his books HERE...
Dr. Umar Johnson recently sat down with VladTV and offered up his thoughts on education and the African American community, as well as his plans to open up his own school.
When asked about why he thinks that education isn’t celebrated in hip-hop, Dr. Umar Johnson told DJ Vlad that an emphasis isn’t put on education in the African American communities in general, especially for boys. He added that he started caring about black history after taking a mandatory class in elementary school, and later learning that he was related to Frederick Douglass during his first family reunion.
During the sit-down, Dr. Johnson revealed that he’s planning to name his residential academy after his famous ancestor, Douglass, and Marcus Garvey. While he doesn’t have the exact location acquired yet, Dr. Johnson said that he knows the student body will be 100% compromised of black students. However, he added that he couldn’t advertise the school as being exclusively for black children, although there are schools for LGBT children.
A bunch of people are saying that Shannon is the anti-Stephen A. Smith and they are probably right. Please watch the whole video .
Neely Fuller jr explaining how a school diploma should more than a piece of paper in your hand.
Neely Fuller jr explains how prestige titles that Black people have mean under the system. As long as the system of white supremacy is in place and you do not threaten it, they don’t mind.
Once again Neely Fuller speaking the gospel.
Neely Fuller explaining that we need to stop lying to ourselves as to whom tells Black people what to do. Who do we ask for jobs? Let’s face that truth and do something about our condition!
Yeah this happened.
Well-known ESPN personality Stephen A. Smith spoke as the headliner of the Office of Multicultural Students’ Black History month-long list of events. Smith during that talk told students that “racism doesn’t exist” for them.
Are we tired of slave movies or nah? Or is the story of Nat Turner a must see?
Set against the antebellum South, THE BIRTH OF A NATION follows Nat Turner (Nate Parker), a literate slave and preacher, whose financially strained owner, Samuel Turner (Armie Hammer), accepts an offer to use Nat’s preaching to subdue unruly slaves. As he witnesses countless atrocities – against himself and his fellow slaves – Nat orchestrates an uprising in the hopes of leading his people to freedom.
More hard truths from the master teacher Neely Fuller jr.
This dude aint step down yet? If I recall correctly, this was the tournament where racist things were said years ago and was boycotted by Serena up until a year or two ago?
Serena Williams spoke out against Indian Wells tournament director Raymond Moore, who said women professionals should get “down” on their “knees” every night to thank male contemporaries.
Jim Brown talks about being victimized by racism during his life and how it shaped his views; taped in 2010
Is Hip Hop to blame or nah?
Four Michigan high school students have been suspended for a week after posing for a picture with racial slurs written across their stomachs.
The image, captured at a weekend party, shows three white girls and a boy with n—-r and “I heart n—-rs” inked on their midriffs. One girl — who was also suspended — sported no racial slurs, but the words “I heart weed” were penned on her knee.
The Grosse Pointe South High School students’ photo was captioned “Like what even” with laughing emoji faces and of the emoji of a monkey covering its eyes.
FULL STORY HERE..
With the political and social climate in the U.S. being where it is today, I thought now would be an appropriate time to offer an alternative perspective on the concept of “White Supremacy”. This is a term that we hear thrown around a lot to describe the repressive power structure – if you will – that penetrates every facet of society in this country and abroad, and the reactionary behavioral symptoms of said system that are prevalent in much of the White demographic. That is an extremely condensed breakdown, but, hopefully, you get the gist. Now, let’s take a look at the textbook definition of “White supremacy”:
“the belief, theory, or doctrine that white people are inherently superior to people from all other racial groups, especially black people, and are therefore rightfully the dominant group in any society.” (SOURCE)
Let’s examine this more closely. Number one, are we using the term in an objective or subjective context? If one isn’t objectively superior, then are they REALLY “superior” at all (especially if the knowledge that provided them the means to accomplish, well, everything, came from the minds of people of color)? If not, should the name “White supremacy” be dignified with being the official title for this disease plaguing the world? To me, if one was “superior” or “supreme” in nature, it would be self-evident; likewise, it would be self-evident that others are “inferior.” Historically, has that been the case with us (Europeans) and Africans, Asians, etc.? Absolutely not. We are talking about an ideology that had to literally be imposed on and forced into the minds of the people, whether covertly or overtly, through a process that began in 1492 and into today. Late 15th-16th century European war propaganda did whatever it took to paint their enemies in a negative light to justify their reprehensible and rapacious deeds and motives, and we often overlook the contradiction in those accusations, many of which were going on right there in Europe and even the American colonies. We see those same propaganda tactics used in the mainstream media today against people of color. But, is cannibalism a trait of a “civilized” people or society? Have we forgotten that it was the Moors’ “superior mathematical knowledge and sailing technologies” that “resulted in a Portuguese fleet capable of negotiating the high Atlantic seas?” (SOURCE). Have we forgotten about Timbuktu? Take a look at Herodotus’ description of the Labyrinth at Heliopolis, in Ancient Egypt. Yes, that remarkable architectural feat from the Ancient World came from the minds and hands of BLACK PEOPLE.
If ones TRULY felt superior, why would they have bombed Black Wall Street, a community that practiced Black economics and self-empowerment? Why would the Black Panther Party have been “the biggest threat to America’s national security” for, really, no reason at all? Would the CIA, FBI, and police have been so adamant about destabilizing and thwarting the growth and success of Black movements? If they were “inferior,” they would’ve inevitably failed anyways, right? Declassified government emails show that one of the factors in France’s commitment to attack Libya was to stop Gaddafi’s aspiration for a gold-backed African currency. Speaking of Gaddafi, would so many Black leaders over the years been assassinated or died under suspicious circumstances? How about the fact that Africa and many other “3rd World” countries are ground zero for chemical warfare? And, let’s not forget about the Tuskegee Experiment. Are these all indicators of a “superior” people? No. You know what that really is? FEAR. The FEAR of a BLACK NATION’s return to power.
You wouldn’t need to, nor allow someone to whitewash history. One would think the “superiority” of their own would be enough. You wouldn’t take the great Black civilization called Egypt and make it White. Everyone in the biblical histories wouldn’t be a damn European when that is not only impossible, but the biblical text doesn’t even support that. You wouldn’t keep showing Africans as “primitive” and “savages” and “slaves” in that Western region of Africa when that region alone has been home to NUMEROUS great kingdoms and empires, such as, Mali, Ghana, Dahomey (take a look at Benin’s bronze work below), etc. We can’t act like we don’t see the tremendous influence Black minds and ideas have over the entire world, and have had as long as man has walked this Earth. Yet, it seems the extent of Black History that makes it into these public school curriculums or on the big screen only goes as far back as slavery.White people/European-Americans, if anything you’ve read here struck a nerve, then you are more than likely part of the problem. It doesn’t matter if one is an integrationist, separatist, nationalist, whatever…what this boils down to is respect for other’s human rights. Why must some of us withdraw our support and isolate ourselves from movements like Black Lives Matter as soon as we feel like they are “racist” or their choice of expression is “threatening” or makes us feel “uncomfortable.” Threatening and uncomfortable? Name just ONE instance where a Black group, movement, or organization targeted White people. Compare that to the countless instances where Black people have been beaten, killed enslaved by Whites simply based on the color of their skin and how the sight of it made us “feel” when we saw it. So, what REALLY is our problem with these movements? Because it seems whether your are the Black Panthers, the Civil Rights movement, or the Black Lives Matter movement, Black people are constantly met with resistance by many of us in their struggle for equality, justice, and empowerment.
We need to be more proactive in trying to gain an understanding of movements like Black Lives Matter and the circumstances and conditions that sparked it. It is the lack of understanding due to the contrast between the White and Black experiences in the U.S. that causes such division and opposition when Black people take to the streets or internet to let their voices be heard. Besides, most if not all Black movements in U.S. history were not anti-White. We also need to stop these reactionary, defensive, and, often, antagonistic tactics like the “All Lives Matter,” “White Lives Matter,” and “Blue Lives Matter” campaigns that do nothing but trivialize and take away from genuine movements with genuine causes like Black Lives Matter. Seriously. It is time for those of us Whites who proclaim we are not racist to prove it. We must be just as outspoken when one of our own makes discriminatory, prejudicial, and racist remarks in our presence or else we are racist sympathizers and thus no better than a racist, and should be held to the same level of accountability for passively allowing this B.S. to perpetuate. On another note, what right do we have to debate U.S. immigration laws and speak ill of the Latinos coming over here when it was European foreigners who conceived and ratified the damn “Naturalization Act?” Who gave us that authority?
In closing, one may choose to use whatever term to describe this system that they like. I just encourage all of you who read this to consider whether or not using “their” designated term for such a weak and pathetic mental illness that wrongfully places one race at the top and all others at the bottom is really the most ideal and accurate. It is through my experiences and what I’ve learned in my 22 years of life that I’ve reached this understanding. We should strive, through the close study of history, to properly diagnose this cancer and remove it at its root. Let’s, as one people, seek to unite beyond color lines under the banner of principle to bring about the change we need to see. Education is key, and knowledge is power. To my fellow ’90s and new millennium babies, we are the future.
I’d also like to thank Horace Butler for planting the seeds that have led me to reach this understanding.
Racism or nah? Regardless D-Money better watch out, he got a gang of white men on his case now.
Maine Republican Gov. Paul LePage told a town hall audience on Wednesday that heroin use is resulting in white women being impregnated by out-of-state drug dealers named “D-Money.”
LePage was asked by an attendee what he was doing to curb the heroin epidemic in his state. “The traffickers—these aren’t people that take drugs,” he explained. (You can watch the exchange beginning at the 1:55:00 mark.) “These are guys with that are named D-Money, Smoothie, Shifty, these types of guys, that come from Connecticut and New York, they come up here, they sell their heroin, then they go back home. Incidentally, half the time they impregnate a young, white girl before they leave, which is a real sad thing because then we have another issue we that we’ve go to deal with down the road.”
State legislators may attempt to impeach the governor as early as next week, over charges that he threatened to block funding from a charter school if it hired a political rival.
Update: LePage says his comments have nothing to do with race:
FULL STORY HERE..
Pure unadulterated truth for that a**.
Neely Fuller explains that black people do not need to attend long speeches and secret meetings to get rid of racism. All we need to do is individually take charge of our lives with the goal of toppling down white supremacy
Master teacher Neely Fuller jr. speaks on white supremacists and their love of violence and preying on the weak.
Self-hating youtube personality Tommy Sotomayor is scared to death of some threats received via Chicago goon who was none too pleased about some comments made in reference to a young lady who was allegedly murdered by a john in her home in St. Louis.
In the above video, he lays out his hatred for black women and niggas in great detail and calls on the authorities to continue shooting down black men in the streets irregardless to the circumstances. Which is illogical due to the fact that he himself is a black man who could be easily mistaken for a suspect and be detained, arrested, or killed similar to what James Blake experienced here earlier this year in NYC.
I surmise Tommy’s hatred of black women must stem from tough childhood upbringing, because his first relationship with a black woman was his mother. If he can proudly say these things to her with a straight face shows severe dysfunction.
This guy is a complete joke but I am glad he exists because he is the perfect example of the self-hatred that lies within a lot of black people.
So Joe Budden’s cornball twitter butt buddy wrote the list and Mediatakeout decided to pin it on Ice T. This guy is obviously searching for attention and has the nerve to slam black women when he came out out of one. If this list is true the first person he should start with is his mother.
1) White girls can get their hair wet. It’s summertime. Who wants to be at the pool with a girl who’ only concern is not getting her weave wet. White girls just jump in the pool without any care.
2) White girls don’t talk back. Put a little aggression in your voice and she will do whatever you say. That doesn’t fly with other races though. They wanna fight. Always.
3) It’s easier introducing them to your family/friends. “Everyone, this is Amber,” is WAY easier on the ears than, “Everyone, this is Shaniqua. Just saying.
The master teacher Neely Fuller once again.
Neely Fuller jr explains that we need to be in the business of dominating words and not letting people get to us through words.
Skip to the 1:55 mark.
Bill Maher ended his show last night with a message to white people who might feel depressed or frustrated about losing their country: “You’re white, cheer the fuck up!”
This ain’t just for LA this is for black people worldwide.
Skipp Townsend ( http://www.2ndcall.org ) visits Washington D.C. for the Justice Or Else! Million Man March 20th Anniversary and the message he took back to the streets of South Los Angeles was that “Black-on-Black” violence can be cured by putting down the guns and stop the hating on your own brothers.
Damn good ole Ben was about his people at one time,wonder what happened to turn him into the guy who spouts racist and homophobic rhetoric to gain traction with white people.
Ya’ll ready to boycott ABC ironically the same network who black audiences support in droves with the shows Blackish, Scandal,HTGAWM, and Grey’s Anatomy have solidly stood by Raven-Symone aka the most hated black woman in America after the tremendous backlash she has received for recent comments. I am also adding an interview her father did with Your Black World after her comments about her discriminating against black people with non-traditional names.
“We love Raven. She is confident, genuine and opinionated, all qualities that make her a great addition to the panel.”
Thousands signed a petition on Change.org addressed to “View” creator and executive producer Barbara Walters to fire Symone.
As of Sunday, the petition had more than 125,000 signatures.
But ABC is not buckling to the pressure, and the network is standing behind the co-host. Symone is “a great addition” to the show, a network spokesperson told CNN. Full Story Here..
Simply incredible. Click this link to watch the interactive video on Tidal, or watch the video in its standard form below.
More information on the concept and technology, courtesy of EgoKick:
Internationally acclaimed artist Usher recently launched a powerful video project to accompany the release of his new single, “Chains.”
The empowering track, which features the talents of Nas and singer-songwriter Bibi Bourelly, highlights the prevalent issue of racial injustice and police brutality in America.
In collaboration with the release of “Chains,” Usher designed an interactive music video experience titled “Don’t Look Away.”
Instead of starring in the video themselves, Usher and Nas chose for the visual experience to focus on the faces and stories of different victims of extreme violence and racial injustice.
Using groundbreaking interactive technology, the video tracks the viewer’s eyes while they watch and immediately stops playing if they look away from the screen.
As the viewer focuses on the changing black-and-white footage, the lyrics “We still in chains, we still in chains, you put the blame on us” repeat in the background, creating a hauntingly powerful experience.
“I chose to introduce the song through the ‘Don’t Look Away’ experience because it is important not only to feel the issue but to face it,” Usher explained.
Usher continued, “The pain and suffering that these victims and their families have endured is something we must never forget. When we look away from this problem it gets worse. To fix it, we have to face it.”
The “Don’t Look Away” experience calls attention to the stories and faces of Trayvon Martin, Rekia Boyd, Caesar Cruz, Ramarley Graham, Kendrick Johnson, Marlon Brown, Andrew Joseph, and Sean Bell, who represent only a handful of victims of social injustice.
“The reality is that racial bigotry diminishes the lives of too many people in our country,” the R&B legend explained. “We have to come together as a country to solve these problems and this is one way I can contribute.”
Usher and Nas performed the empowering single at the recent Tidal x HTC concert in Brooklyn, where they shared the stage with fellow artists Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, and Jay Z.
“Chains” is the latest track from the Usher’s highly anticipated new album, “UR,” which is expected to be released soon…
Brief facts about the motherland and gives you insight as to why this country was raided and it’s people enslaved by bloodthirsty Europeans who were in search of and stole the world’s greatest natural resources.
Straight from Becky’s mouth.
Who would of ever though the KKK would bring back FUBU?
“I have told the truth in that… and only dead men can tell the truth in this world.”
If you think these are the only marginalized racists and or white supremacists in this country you need to go listen to some Neely Fuller.
Wonder if she cried over the nine people murdered at Bible study? And how dare black people want equality in this country? This can’t be life.
This was such a dope video and 4 minutes was way too short.
Bobby Seale co-founded the Black Panther Party. The R&B star D’Angelo speaks out on racial injustice in his new album. The two met in Oakland, Calif.
The woman who came to her rescue has the heart of a f*cking lion. These cops had every intention of taking her and doing who knows what to her. Police the police.
May14 around 7PM in Washington heights 140st and Hamilton undercover officers Gonzalez from the 30th Pct. NYPD over stepped his boundaries and was not following proper protocol . #PoliceThePolice
The Dark Skin Activist Rashida Strober slams Power 105.1 radio jock Charlemagne for his idiotic oxymoronic statements that ‘white nubian’ queens were in. This is all not surprising coming from a man who recently bleached his skin after being teased mercilessly by the public at large for dark spots on his face. Colorism is a serious issue in the black community and I commend Rashida for having the cojones to tackle this issue head on.
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