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I’m in Prison but not jail.

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Africa in the West

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The Unbearable Invisibility of White Masculinity: Innocence In the Age of White Male Mass Shootings by David J. Leonard

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African American Inventors

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Chapter 13.The Concept and the Color of God and Black Mental Health page 163

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Black People Hair Style Vision and Black People Interpretation Vision

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The Historical Effeminization of The Black Male

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•November 21, 2012

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Stockholm Syndrome: The Negro Madness Disease

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•November 21, 2012

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October 28, 2012

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October 24, 2012

An African American Philosophy and Philosopher 

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black beauty: a brief history

•August 1, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Mbeti:

Very Important aspect of life ,how you look…..

Originally posted on Abagond:

This post is very much a work in progress. What follows is just my first attempt at it:

Here are some of the top black beauties in America through the years. Which ones wear their hair naturally? Which ones do you think could pass the brown paper bag test?

1940s: Lena Horne

1950s:Dorothy Dandridge

1960s: Diahann Carroll

1970s: Pam Grier

1980s: Vanessa Williams, Phylicia Rashad

1990s: Halle Berry, Angela Bassett, Tyra Banks

2000s: Beyonce, Gabrielle Union

Before the 1960s black ideas of beauty were pretty much white ideas of beauty. White is beautiful. Good hair was straight hair, beautiful skin was light skin, and a pretty face had a thin nose and thin lips. Women  straightened their hair and tried to lighten their skin. Men tried to marry the lightest-skinned woman they could. Little black girls, when asked, mostly preferred white dolls over black dolls.

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The Wire

•June 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Originally posted on Abagond:

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Idris Elba as evil drug lord Stringer Bell

Disclaimer: This post is based on the first two seasons, which I saw.

“The Wire” (2002-2008) was a police show on American television that viewed the city of Baltimore from a different angle each season:

  1. Drug dealers
  2. Dock workers
  3. Politicians
  4. Schoolteachers
  5. News reporters

Left out: Television screenwriters.

In each season the police work on a related criminal case. Each one-hour episode is like a chapter of a book, giving “The Wire” the depth of a novel.

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Screenwriters Ed Burns, David Simon and George Pelecanos of “the Wire” posing in West Baltimore

The show is largely the creation of David Simon and Ed Burns. Simon was a news reporter for the Baltimore Sun from 1982 to 1995. Ed Burns was a Baltimore police officer for 20 years and then a schoolteacher.

The show is based on years of research and their…

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Is race biologically real?

•April 22, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Mbeti:

fundamental discussion of a primary issue.

Originally posted on Abagond:

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Frequency of the B type blood allele in native populations of the world

Is race biologically real? Or is it just a social construct?

In 1912 most Western scientists would have said yes, race is real, a fact of nature. They took it for granted as “obvious”. But in 2012 most geneticists and biological anthropologists would have answered no.

What seems to have changed their minds:

  1. The Holocaust made “race” seem like a dangerous idea now that white people were getting killed. Many scientists began to question it.
  2. Advances in genetics made race seem arbitrary, subjective and, at best, skin deep. It did not match what genes did.
  3. The rise of colour-blind racism in the US, which seeks to address the issue of race by – not seeing it!
  4. Out of Africa – once it became clear that humans came from Africa, not Europe or North Eurasia, scientists did not trade their…

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“Manhattan was sold for $24″

•March 25, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Mbeti:

Another excellent post from my favorite blogger ,-)

Originally posted on Abagond:

Postcard showing Battery Park in 1626: Peter Minuit buying Manhattan for some worthless glass beads

Postcard showing Battery Park in 1626: Peter Minuit buying Manhattan for some worthless glass beads

“Manhattan was sold for $24″ worth of “trinkets” or “glass beads” by Native Americans to the Dutch. It is something taught to most American schoolchildren by age eight. That was true in 1911, in 1949 and in 2009. The $24 is never adjusted for inflation. Even in 1855 it was $24:

The story comes from historian Edmund O’Callaghan in 1855:

The island of Manhattan, estimated then to contain 22,000 acres of land, was therefore purchased from the Indians, who received for that splendid tract the trifling sum of 60 guilders, or 24 dollars.

O’Callaghan, in turn, got it from a letter written in 1626 by Pieter Schaghen, the Dutch colony’s representative in Amsterdam. Just months after the sale he wrote:

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They have purchased the Island Manhattes from the savages for the value of 60 guilders…

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Rolling Stones: Brown Sugar

•March 6, 2014 • 1 Comment

Mbeti:

you learn something new about racism – frequently

Originally posted on Abagond:

Remarks:

Despite the lyrics, this song was played on American radio in 1971 and went to number one on the pop charts. It went to #2 in their native Britain. It is now a rock classic. Both Marsha Hunt and Claudia Lennear claim Mick Jagger wrote the song with them in mind. He says he would never write anything that “raw” now and tones down the lyrics when performing it live.

I am not in the habit of doing full-blown posts on songs, but I thought this was a good time to throw this song out there for comment, in the wake of Lupita Nyong’o’s Oscar win. She won for the film “12 Years a Slave” (2013), a true story where she plays Patsey, a slave woman who was raped – not far from the time and place of this song:

Gold Coast slave ship bound for cotton fields,
Sold…

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Beating Black Children = A SLAVE TRADITION = Racism/White Supremacy

•January 6, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Mbeti:

A discussion black people need to have.

Originally posted on Racism Is White Supremacy:

Tonight, I happened to view a scene from an old Bette Davis movie, “The Little Foxes” and thought it spoke VOLUMES about the way black slaves were TRAINED to view AND treat black children — AND especially WHO we learned this behavior from.

Even among many black adults today there is a tendency to condemn and demean black children and struggling black youth for being born under impossibly bleak conditions.

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The callous and abusive behavior sometimes exhibited toward black children by often frustrated, stressed out black adults and parents has its roots in 400 years of Chattel Slavery.

Some historians believe that black slaves often PUBLICLY showed contempt for black children in order to appease their white slave-owners — AND as a way to protect their children from more vicious beatings–or worse–at the hands of the whites.

For example, a slave mother might beat her child in front of the…

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Counter-Racism Economic Stop #3: STOP Committing Black Economic Violence – Part 1

•December 28, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Originally posted on Racism Is White Supremacy:

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With the start of a new year only a week away, and black unemployment still climbing into the double digits, mostly black pensioners in Detroit losing their pensions, and black churches comprising the largest number of businesses run by black people (?) — it is WAY PAST TIME for ALL of us to THINK about how we spend our precious, hard-earned dollars, WHO we spend them with, and HOW we can use our economic dollars to enrich our own communities and put other black people to work.

I posted this article years ago on another blog and decided to repost it here. Since it’s fairly long, I’m posting it in two parts. More food for thought so please share it!

On Economic Violence

By Joe Madison

Have you ever received money from a Chinese person for anything other than them making change for you? No, is the answer I have…

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