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Black Man We Will Love You: The Fragility of Black Masculinity

|9.29.16|2:20am
Dear black men,

We will still love you if you love flowers too

If you choose to cry

When you feel weak

We will love you if you like to wear pink… 859 more words

Featured

Radio Raheem: Art vs. Life

Black Culture took a direct shot to the heart following the loss of actor Bill Nunn. Nunn was best known for his role as Radio Raheem in the 1989 Spike Lee Film “Do The Right Thing”. 528 more words

Black America

How's Your Car?: Black Masculinity and Black Love

There has been a lot of musing lately around the concept of “toxic masculinity.” For those unfamiliar with the term, “toxic masculinity” refers to the frame of mind many men exist within that sees any expression of affection towards another man, anything less than hyper-masculinity or machismo, as effeminate or “gay” and therefore inferior. 1,141 more words

Reflections

Gangsta Rap "Made" Me Do It

I always tell people “Anything I didn’t learn from my father, I learned from a rap song.” Most people think I’m kidding and those who don’t shake their heads in disgust, preaching that shit my grandma used to preach. 328 more words

Black America

Made You Look - Dandyism and Black Masculinity

During a rather long layover at Heathrow last week I met up with fellow students Holly Woodward and Simon Chirgwin at the Photographer’s Gallery in London. 689 more words

Research And Reflection

Black Masculinity Project - BEDA Day 20 of 31

Black Masculinity Project –

BEDA Day 20 of 31

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Have you heard of Tennessee State University’s Black Masculinity Project? I found this series a few years ago and never posted it. 70 more words

Reflections