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Who's Olatiwa Karade? Black Designer Makes Woke 'F**k Racist Grandma' Sweatshirts

A Black New Jersey student turned-rising and innovative designer is making a name with conscious clothing.

Olatiwa Karade, only 19 years old, has declared war against racism and White supremacy with protest threads bearing such bold messages as “F**k your racist grandma”  and “Pro-Black, Anti-Bulls**t.” Other slogans, like “African is not a country” and “Don’t touch me, don’t touch my hair, don’t touch my culture,” are all over  461 more words


Featured Book: "Soul of a Nation" --Art in the Age of Black Power

African American art in the era of Malcolm X and the Black Panthers

In the period of radical change that was 1963–83, young black artists at the beginning of their careers confronted difficult questions about art, politics and racial identity. 315 more words


As Lonely As Me.

No One Cares About Crazy People


“who would love someone as passionate, as whimsical, as creative as me?

who would love someone as caring, as obsessive, as ugly as me? 25 more words


5 until the end of days (la loteria, mi amiguita)

If I were to scratch at my desire for you,
what would be found beneath that?
I found a single lady, for loneliness,
and 15 cents. 36 more words

Black Art

4 until the end of days

Your wooden wind-chime laughter
showers the back of my neck, and
I am soothed.

You are the anticipation of warm summer rain
polluted with crashes of thick white lightning, 83 more words

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