I just stumbled across this jewel. I love my brothas, therefore we all need to be in the know how white supremacy impacts all of us and start caring… The Black Male Privileges Checklist Leadership & Politics 1. I don’t have to choose my race over my sex in political matters. 2. When I read […]Read More A Black Male Privileges Checklist
The other day I made a post on facebook, it said: “I dont like when folks celebratize me (new word). I really really dont like it. I am goofy. I am clumsy. I make mistakes. I go hard but cry harder. Just love on me. Support me. Be an honest friend with me. I am […]Read More I Am Not Here For It
Why do you always make it about race? Because when you are a Black human being living in an anti-Black world, everything you do is always about race. Just existing is a political statement. Having moments of happiness is revolutionary and we have to actually be intentional to have them. From being a child to […]Read More Why You Always Gotta Make it About Race?
I’m from the Blackest neighborhood in Sacramento. Every Black person in Sacramento is related to someone from my hood. No matter where they grew up. They done took our neighborhood, chopped it up into sections, and are now trying to dilute it, capitalize off of it, exploit it, and white liberalize it. Everyone is just […]Read More I’m From Oak Park
They only love you when you include them in your fight.Read More Problematic Solidarity
Capitalism is the social system which now exists in all countries of the world. Under this system, the means for producing and distributing goods (the land, factories, technology, transport system etc) are owned by a small minority of people. We refer to this group of people as the capitalist class. The majority of people […]Read More Black Capitalism
Dear Friends and Foes, Matter of the fact is, some of us are more impacted by white supremacy than others. This isn’t an opinion. Simple and facts. Matter of the fact is, anti-Blackness is so deeply embedded in our society that it is alive and well not only in other groups of color toward Black […]Read More Dear Friends and Foes