Tagged “black people”
There's enough space within Blackness to be Black and be however and whoever you want to be
There is no law that states that we must have only two major parties. Multiple parties would bring more ideas to the fore.
The people have questions. I have answers.
Bad spades hands carry a cruel inevitability. You know you are going to lose badly. And worse, your opponent knows. But you can't exactly quit. Which means you have to sit there and take all the shit-talking and faux self-deprecation until the hand is done.
There's never been -- not in the 80s, not in the 90s -- more Black people on TV every week than there are now.
There's enough real Black history that we don't need to invent it
It's fucking awesome that Blackness is so pervasive and panoptic that Soledad O'Brien and Kevin Garnett check the same race box on the census.
Because making blanket negative statements about (relatively) powerless and voiceless people is just as bad as what you're accusing these powerless and voiceless people of
We (collectively) believe in Black Love. Or, want to believe, rather. But we (collectively) don't seem to like each other very much.
Panama attended a concert last night. While there, he managed to make some observations that doubled as facts and he'd like to share them with you. Sharing is caring, after all.