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Lisa: Ya’ll must think I’m stupid like one of those Thelma & Louise bitches!
Mike: Nah, Nah—-
Lisa: Car broke down?! Tell that fool he could at least faced me like a man!
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Call it a regional final, call it the elite eight, or call it the third round of the playoffs.
All three statements make the significance of Friday’s game — Tate at Niceville in the Region 1-6A final — very clear. 622 more words
In a Wikipedia article on “Hip Hop Music” cites Scott Crossley “Metaphorical Conceptions in Hip Hop Music” (501) to suggest that hip hop gives a “voice for the disenfranchised” living in impoverished African-American neighborhoods, referred to as “the projects,’ “the crib,” and the bricks,” all metaphors for cell blocks. 367 more words
For Monday 11/18, we’ll turn to film and look at how the Black Arts Movement tried to break into mass entertainment and on to the big screen. 780 more words
Family Ties: On Jeremy Lin, “Tiger Moms,” And Tiger Woods | Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture
Family Ties: On Jeremy Lin, “Tiger Moms,” And Tiger Woods
By Guest Contributor Dr. David J. Leonard
In a world that imagines basketball as the purview of African Americans, the emergence of Jeremy Lin has sent many commentators to speculate and theorize about Lin’s success. 525 more words