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I Am Not Your Negro- Review

So, I usually do book reviews and I like to think that documentaries are books except in documentary form. (If that’s just me, ’tis totally okay.) 821 more words

Tasha Williams: The Surprisingly Long History of Racial Oppression in Coffee Shops

Centuries before two Black men were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks, capitalists met at coffee shops to profit from the transatlantic slave trade.

 An illustration of Edward Lloyd’s coffee house, which served as a headquarters for marine underwriters, including slave traders. 1,415 more words

Social Justice

Starbucks closing 8,000 stores Tuesday afternoon for racial bias training "beyond the superficial.”

Anti-bias sessions can incorporate personal reflections, explorations of feelings and mental exercises — According to documents Starbucks sent to store workers, employees should also think carefully when dealing with disruptive customers… 771 more words

Amazon Featured Book of the Week

Here’s this week’s Featured Book-of-the-Week available now on Amazon.com!

Race In America: A Call To Heal

by Greg “Coach T” Thomas and David Smale

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Outskirts Press

Jesus Walked Into the Waffle House

Between sexual harassment and racial discrimination, it sometimes seems as if our nation is tearing itself apart at the seams. I wonder if we stopped and looked at the other person’s point of view if we’d see how these things happen—not planned violence or gangs or murder or anything truly evil, but the moments of passion that humans get carried away by. 662 more words


Childish Gambino's "This is America"

Watch this politically charged depiction of America today, as told by Atlanta’s own, Childish Gambino.

My reaction: WOW. He is right, this is America…black man, … 22 more words


The Political Misappropriation of Cultural Jurisdiction

The same social justice jurors who love to claim borders, gender roles, economic classes and basically any man-made distinctions are innately discriminatory, are typically the first hypocrites to accuse their detractors of “culture misappropriation”. 527 more words