I bet you think I’m about to get deep, but you’re wrong. Why does anyone decide to have sex with a person? They’re attracted to them. It’s as simple as that. I don’t discriminate. I like men. Their color, race, … Continue reading →
For filmmaker Carolyn Battle-Cochrane, “Biracial, Not Black, Damn it” is not just a film series title, but a way of life. Battle-Cochrane spent most of her life trying to hide her biracial identity, which was the source of more than … Continue reading →
PART TWO Katie Burrell with her son: Most of you are guessing that Katie’s ethnic background is Black and White. Keep on guessing. The truth will be revealed in the third and final installment of this series along with an … Continue reading →
This is a three part series about colorism. PART ONE Take a look at my friend, Katie Burrell: Is Katie Black? Is Katie White? Katie’s ethnic background will be revealed at a later date, but carefully look at her face, … Continue reading →
Dangerous and HP talk to consumer education writer from Suite 101 Marie Dubuque who tells us how to get free stuff in this crazy economy, Frederick Gooding from The Minority Reporter talks to us about race and movies, and our handwriting is analyzed by Treyce d’Gabriel. The Dangerous Item of the Week is Dangerous Curves by Lita Ford.
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