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"Race Card"- All things Afro-punk dealing with race and social issues surrounding race

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Black and Native solidarity is paramount and has to go both ways

Posted on March 24, 2017 at 2:54pm 0 Comments

Solidarity between historically oppressed groups is an important component of a powerful and successful movement. And the black liberation movements have aligned themselves with other people of color around the world. Activist/educator Angela Y. Davis called attention to the need for solidarity in last year’s ‘Freedom Is a…

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The Hood Incubator creates pipelines to business ownership in legal cannabis for people of color

Posted on March 24, 2017 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

In 2016, Ebele Ifedigbo, Lanese Martin, and Biseat launched The Hood Incubator, an Oakland based project in response to the wave of cannabis legalization across the country. The project intends to rectify how such legislation does not "address persistent race and class disparities inherent to…

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Acknowledging bi-racial women as black is not a threat to other black women

Posted on March 23, 2017 at 1:08pm 2 Comments

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to marry a black-ass person and have black-ass kids. But pretending that this is the only way to lead an “authentically” black life and have “authentically” black children is a problematic mess.



When we (the black community) talk about light skin privilege, many people want to simplify the conversation about colorism to “we’re all black”, “the police see you as black.” Isn’t this argument more true for non-white passing mixed…

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Why do white liberal artists love Black death so much?

Posted on March 22, 2017 at 1:00pm 1 Comment

“I wanted the world to see what they did to my baby.” - Mamie Till, mother of Emmett Till, on her decision to put her son’s mutilated body on plain view during his open-casket funeral. Till was only 14-year-old years old when he was lynched and deformed beyond recognition in 1955 after being falsely accused of harassing a white woman.



At this year’s Whitney Biennial in New York, a painting…
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