Tagged “black people”
This argument exists in an invisible morass of anti-Blackness. And a new study shows exactly how wrong it is too.
They all gone. Our ninjas dead.
Because Louisiana Hot Sauce is the sweat that drips from the brow of the Almighty
Issa Rae created a show that seems to exist refreshingly oblivious to the historical context of Black sex being taboo
Ashiness gets a bad rap
From Mike Brown To Simone Biles: How Yesterday Exemplified Black America’s Complicated Relationship With America
It's a perpetual state of ambiguity and ambivalence. Of dual consciousness and cognitive dissonance. Of cursing it and cheering for it within the same breath.
Anti-Blackness is everywhere, even in the home of the Age of Enlightenment; and it would behoove us to step away from viewing White supremacy as a uniquely American problem
In Trump’s representation of America, the reason this nation is not great anymore rests squarely on the shoulders of people of color
A Story About Charles Kinsey, My New (White) Neighbors, And The Racial Politics Of Calling The Police
I've been alive for 37 years and I've made tens of thousands of phone calls. 911, however, has never been one of them
Blackness makes me verklempt
Sometimes we just need to vent. And sometimes it aint pretty.
The most important explanation, ever.
An important message
The Worst Part Of Buzzfeed’s Shockingly Self-Loathing “27 Questions Black People Have For Black People”
It should have been titled 27 Questions Black People Who Don't Like Black People Have For Black People