Category Black Celebrities

Dave Chappelle’s Secret Message To The World

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Nominations for mulatto history month (continuously updated until February 2018)

Funny how so many celebrity black beauties are half white The 50 Hottest Biracial Women BYCOMPLEX JUN 12, 2012 45 years ago today, a landmark court case changed race, love and sex in America. In Loving v. Virginia, the U.S. Supreme Court found Virginia’s Racial Integrity Act of 1924 unconstitutional, thus legalizing marriage between people of […]

When Good Negroes Go Bad

White America Prefers “Good Blacks”: On Morgan Freeman, Colin Kaepernick, and Trump Paul Street “The militantly and viciously white president and his fellow white nationalist Amerikaner football fans want the players to be ‘good Blacks,’ the types who just obediently damage themselves while dutifully serving the white majority and their direct white masters.” “Wouldn’t you […]

QOTD: Morgan Freeman is a sellout to the struggle for black emancipation

“For 241 years, our democracy has been a shining example of what we can all aspire to” -Morgan Freeman “To me, this is the most dangerous and irresponsible lie of the entire [Rob Reiner’s anti-Russia] video and I don’t know how a black man can even utter those words without vomiting, because they make [m]e […]

Prince’s philanthropy

Death of a Prince: The ‘Agency System’ Back Story That Has Never Been Told

TMR  What you are about to read represents the very cornerstone of control of American society. There is a pervasive and profound celebrity culture that has been quite fastidiously cultivated over many decades throughout the entire nation.  In fact the American celebrity culture serves as the template that has been duplicated around the planet, so […]

Respectable Negroes and Racialized Society

America’s “Good” Black Syndrome: Race, Class, and Somebody-ness by PAUL STREET “The United States,” the left historian Lawrence Shoup reminds us, “is a particular type of class society, a racialized one, where some groups are stigmatized as inferior because of their race, a belief spreading to all segments of society. One this oppressive idea becomes […]