When It Comes to Interracial Couples, TV Sitcoms Have Not Progressed Since “I Love Lucy”

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By Doug Poe Estimated reading time: 4 minutes. Contains 801 words The social message sent through American sitcoms has been clear for more than sixty years, despite the Civil Rights Act, “The Jeffersons” and the election of a black president. … Continue reading

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I Am The 14% – Black People in America: Why We Will Never Overcome

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Remember the following fact the next time a Black woman or man is unjustly killed or why it is so hard for us to overcome the effects of racism in this country. We are a minority in more ways than … Continue reading

To the people who don’t find black women/men attractive, why? – GirlsAskGuys.com

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Question: To the people who don’t find black women/men attractive, why? Black people seem to be the least liked by a lot of people on GAG, and I really don’t understand why.. The responses to this “popular question” on Girls … Continue reading

Welfare Wishes and Watermelon Dreams: Being Poor Isn’t A Crime

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poor [poo r] adjective, poorer, poorest. 1. having little or no money, goods, or other means of support: a poor family living on welfare. 2. Law. dependent upon charity or public support.   As I’m doing some Back to School … Continue reading

#IfTheyGunnedMeDown

If they (the police) gunned me down would they use this picture of me on the set of a film to show what type of a person I was? Would they also mention the fact that I am a single … Continue reading