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OP-ED: Feel The Fire - Using Black Imagination As Political Warfare

"I like kids' work more than work by real artists any day." ~ Jean Michel BasquiatOne night in East Baltimore, I stood outside an art event exchanging repartee with a local grassroots organizer. It was a typical city night— sounds of robust chatter were roaring, dark colored cars were zooming past, glass bottles were rolling loudly across the cement and dim streetlights were burning steady. It was a lively event where creators, unconventional conversations and abstract wardrobes gathered in…See More
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OP-ED: Feel The Fire - Using Black Imagination As Political Warfare

"I like kids' work more than work by real artists any day." ~ Jean Michel BasquiatOne night in East Baltimore, I stood outside an art event exchanging repartee with a local grassroots organizer. It was a typical city night— sounds of robust chatter were roaring, dark colored cars were zooming past, glass bottles were rolling loudly across the cement and dim streetlights were burning steady. It was a lively event where creators, unconventional conversations and abstract wardrobes gathered in…See More
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UP. RISE. THE FILM please consider donating to this project. *All donations are tax deductible http://www.hatchfund.org/project/up_rise The History:Up.Rise. is a documentary exploration of the Baltimore Uprisings and thefuture of black youth.On…
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"Good article. In his letter he needs to tell them why he is angry. He also needs to learn to release his angry in a more constructive way, and writing may be that very way."
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OP-ED: Feel The Fire - Using Black Imagination As Political Warfare

Posted on May 4, 2016 at 11:30am 0 Comments

"I like kids' work more than work by real artists any day."

~ Jean Michel Basquiat

One night in East Baltimore, I stood outside an art event exchanging repartee with a local grassroots organizer. It was a typical city night— sounds of robust chatter were roaring, dark colored cars were zooming past, glass bottles were rolling loudly across the cement and dim streetlights were burning steady. It was a lively event…

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OP-ED: Why Black Anger Is Necessary For Peace by Fire Angelou, AFROPUNK contributor

Posted on April 20, 2016 at 10:06am 1 Comment

This week, Allen Bullock, the 18-year-old seen smashing the cop car window during the Baltimore Uprising, was sentenced to write an apology letter to the Baltimore City Police Department. I imagine him: sitting in his room, staring blankly at a page with grief running through his skin. Anger in his heart.…

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FEATURE: Hilarious 'Barbie Savior' parodies savior complex of some White NGO volunteers in Africa

Posted on April 19, 2016 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Oh, boy. I’m just going to speak for myself when I say that every time a white friend travels to a poor brown country in Africa to spread White Jesus™, I roll my eyes. It’s not that philanthropic work is ridiculous, it’s that there’s something a little too exploitative and self-serving about a picture of a white face grinning amongst a sea of impoverished or disenfranchised black and brown faces. Lucky for us, I’m not the only cynical asshole out there! Some lovely…

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OP-ED: Rachel Dolezal getting a book deal to write about race is white privilege in all its glory

Posted on April 15, 2016 at 11:00am 6 Comments

Rachel Dolezal, the black-passing white woman and former NAACP Spokane President who once sued Howard University for discriminating against her because she is white, is now writing a book about race.



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