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Respected Author Slams White Feminist For Ignoring Plight of Black Feminists

The late Maya Angelou and Gloria Steinem marching arm in arm author Chesya Burke believes white feminists ignore the issues of black feminists. www.kulturekritic.com

Reported by April Taylor Chesya Burke is an author who was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.  She has been widely recognized for her critical analysis of race and gender issues in her works, Race and The Walking Dead and Super Duper Sëxual Spiritual Black Woman: The New and Improved Magical Negro.  She also published Let’s Play White, which received praise from ...

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Anti-Defamation League Calls For Associates of Donald Sterling to be Exposed

Samori Swygert discusses racism and describes how Donald Sterling passes it on. www.kulturekritic.com

Anti-Defamation League Blasts Donald Sterling over racist comments by Dr. Samori Swygert I had a chance to read a press release from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) about Donald Sterling.  The league boldly and publicly condemned and chastised Sterling, and called for a thorough investigation and forceful response. They also call for those associated with him. This is very important, and I’m ...

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Dr. Samori Swygert: Here’s How the Child of Jewish Immigrants Became a Billionaire Racist

Samori Swygert discusses racism and describes how Donald Sterling passes it on. www.kulturekritic.com

Donald Sterling and the DNA of Hate by Dr. Samori Swygert I have another angle and final thought about Donald Sterling that America should really consider. This is how racism is transmitted from generation to generation to generation: Donald Sterling  imposed this racist practice on his female trophy acquaintance. What do you think he would instill and indoctrinate in his ...

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Judge In Big Trouble For Revealing Secrets Online

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By Dr. Sinclair Grey III We all know that racism exists in corporate boardrooms and other professions. Not only is racism prevalent in the business world, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to conclude that racism is prevalent within the criminal justice system. Many defendants who are incarcerated are there because of some sort of prejudice and/or racial overtone. Circuit ...

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Dr. Samori Swygert: How Racism Mirrors And Mimics HIV

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By: Dr. Samori Swygert I was thinking about the monumental injustices in the trials of Michael Dunn and George Zimmerman.  I kept swirling around how the method of transmission of racism is like a disease, and I honed in on comparing the characteristics of HIV and racism.  I just want to share what I thought. Let’s get started First, there ...

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Dr. Boyce: Black Students Protest the Univ. of Michigan’s Cotton Club Mentality

By Dr. Boyce Watkins The black students at The University of Michigan are in the fight of their lives.  They are demanding that the university end a long reign of racial discrimination by allowing more African American students, hiring more black faculty members and allowing for a more diverse learning experience. The students are speaking directly to a decline in ...

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What is “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome?”

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By Greg B. If you have ever experienced one of Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary’s workshops on race and cultural heritage then you understand how not only enlightening, but dynamic and informational they are. Dr. Leary holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications, a master’s degree in Social Work (MSW), a master’s degree in Psychology, and a PhD in Social ...

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Gabriel L. Matthews: The Black LGBT Community, A Perspective

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By Gabriel L. Matthews In recent weeks, people of color have had a lot of opinions to share with regard to the gay and lesbian community. At the beginning of 2014, Evander Holyfield reportedly told Luisa Zissman, an Apprentice UK star that being gay is “not normal,” comparing it to an ill-turned leg capable of being fixed by a doctor. ...

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“You Offend our Southern!” Paula Deen

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By Crystal Hayes and Olivia Reeser Dear Paula Deen: We write this open letter to you today as a Black and a White woman living in the south to express our shared deep pain, disbelief, and mixed reactions to your admitted use of racial slurs and all that has happened since. We’re also professional social workers committed to anti-racism education, ...

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Dr. Julianne Malveaux: Does Big Brother Have a Racial Bias?

by Dr. Julianne Malveaux When George Orwell wrote the novel 1984, he envisioned a character, a real or imagined “Big Brother” who was a know-all, see-all, omnipotent and elusive presence that intruded into lives because he could.  Those who knew about “him” were told that they did not exist, but in many ways, Big Brother may not have existed either. The omnipotence had ...

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