Monthly Archives: May 2008

Latin Video Tribute to Obama

As reported by The Associated Press, Andres Levin produced the video “Podemos con Obama,” or “We can With Obama,” featuring more than 20 artists from the Latin music and film community, including actor John Leguizamo and hip hop artist Don Omar, and … Continue reading


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Friday Question: Is there still a “Talented Tenth” in Black America?

The Negro race, like all races, is going to be saved by its exceptional men. The problem of education, then, among Negroes must first of all deal with the Talented Tenth; it is the problem of developing the Best of … Continue reading


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Scott McClellan “hating on” Bush in his new book

LOL, I just love it when people act like they had nothing to do with a terrible situation when they were right in the midst of of. Scott…you were one of the main talking heads…the HEAD talking head when it … Continue reading


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Obama deals with recent racist incidents, security threats

ABC News is reporting that racism and potential security issues are emerging as factors in the race to the White House for the Obama campaign.  When I heard Hillary Clinton’s comments on Bobby Kennedy’s murder and the 1968 election the … Continue reading

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Racism in NH: The Jamaicans only get $8 an hour

Great article by Rebecca Hughes for – Witnessing racism firsthand in York Recently, I graduated college, came back to York for my final summer at home, and quickly began the search for a summer job. After filling out several … Continue reading

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How about a Historically White Kollege

Time and time again I hear white people say… “What if there was a college fund just for whites??” “What if there was a TV station called Caucasion Entertainment Television?” [I call that the Country music channel actually] This cartoon … Continue reading


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CNN on Black In America

CNN is doing a whole lot of promotion and creating a lot activity around their “Black in America” series.  I’m glad to see it.  They’ve even teamed up with Essence Magazine for a special report, The Big Challenge CORNEL WEST, … Continue reading

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Morehouse’s first white valedictorian

I had to share this article because the guy is from my hometown, Kansas City. He’s a cutie too. One of those Spelman girls needs to try “Something New”. LOL  Oh reverse racism…you’ll see it in the article.  Sad, but…I’m … Continue reading


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What Did She Really Mean?

You know, I didn’t really know what to make of Hillary Clinton’s latest ill-advised comments. It’s been a long race and it’s easy to slip up and say something innocent, but damaging if taken the wrong way, so I didn’t … Continue reading

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Friday Question: Do we still have real elections in America…

…or is it just a glorified popularity content conducted by parties, corporations, and the popular media?  Do our votes really count or do corporations control the president and congress in the end anyway?  Is america’s government determined by the people?  … Continue reading


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