Atlanta Says NO to Trump’s Racism — Streets of Atlanta

Some pro-justice activists on the Left wonder with all the racism, injustice, cruelty and fascism coming out of the White House why more people are not in the street demanding change. The country’s resistance to fear and hate often starts slow but as more people become aware of the Trump administration’s moral rot and racist … Continue reading Atlanta Says NO to Trump’s Racism — Streets of Atlanta

Black Woman Reveals How Donald Trump is Ruining Her Interracial Marriage — EURweb

*“My white Republican husband is starting to hate me because the longer we live through this administration the “BLACKER” I become,” a heartbroken Maryland woman wrote on Twitter over the weekend. Her confession sparked debate after she revealed how President Trump and right-wing media are straining her marriage. In a Twitter rant on Saturday, a woman by the name Glass … Continue reading Black Woman Reveals How Donald Trump is Ruining Her Interracial Marriage — EURweb

Opinion: If Your Vote Was Open and Public, Would You Still Vote for Trump

If you are a Trump supporter and you answered yes to this question, you are the second nastiest, most vile racist in America. However, I respect the hell out of your courage and conviction. Courage and conviction is not reserved for just positive things. If slavery was still a thing in America, if “fortunate” enough, … Continue reading Opinion: If Your Vote Was Open and Public, Would You Still Vote for Trump

I Am a Racist — Grace Notes

I am a racist. I was born to it. So were my parents, and their parents before them. The potential for racism is woven into my humanity. The presence of racism in my life is as pervasive as the air I breathe. First, racism is an expression of one of the most basic forms […]I Am … Continue reading I Am a Racist — Grace Notes

James Baldwin – I Am Not Your Negro

The Most Revolutionary Act

I Am Not Your Negro

Directed by Raoul Peck (2016)

Film Review

This documentary is based on the unfinished manuscript of African American author James Baldwin’s book Remember This House. Narrated by actor Samuel L. Jackson (in the voice of Baldwin), the film explores the history of racism in the United States through Baldwin’s reminiscences of slain civil rights leaders Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, Jr, as well as his personal observations of American history.

The film combines film footage of the Southern civil rights movement, the 1965 March on Washington, speeches by Malcolm X, Martin Luther King and Baldwin himself, along with clips from various Hollywood films depicting a stereotyped view of Black/White relations.

In his unfinished book, Baldwin describes leaving the US in 1948 to live in Paris, seeking to escape a constant fear of racial violence that hampered his writing. He returned to…

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Insight: Video Shows California Rapper Was Asleep When Police Killed Him: Family Claims

https://www.theroot.com/family-claims-bodycam-footage-shows-slain-rapper-was-as-1833300038 There's no doubt in my mind that nearly every time a white cop kills a young Black man, or any Black person for that matter, he is heavily rewarded in his ranks on and off duty and it's more than just a spiderweb tattoo on his elbow or something like that. Police are starting … Continue reading Insight: Video Shows California Rapper Was Asleep When Police Killed Him: Family Claims