Category Black Celebrities

Denzel gets it

Just as my contempt for black Hollywood is fueled by the likes of Morgan Freeman, Samuel L. Jackson and Jamie Foxx, Denzel is a breath of fresh air. Maybe I’ll watch one of his movies sometime. Who can forget these spokesmen for the Dollar Dems and the Deep State?

Scandalize my Name… New York Review of Books Slimes Paul Robeson

Scandalize my Name… New York Review of Books Slimes Paul Robeson Greg Godels   For the owners, publishers, and editors of the The New York Review of Books, anti-Communism is still alive. The periodical occupies a unique, indispensable role in fostering and sustaining Cold War myths and legends. The New York Review of Books has […]

The history of black divas: A brief survey by Ebonee Davis

Ebonee Davis As 8 Legendary Black Fashion Icons Model and activist Ebonee Davis models iconic looks from Iman, Diana Ross, Marsha Hunt, and more. By Lindsay Peoples Photos by Ricardo Rivera [May 31, 2017] As Nina Simone 1967 Lulu Frost Pearl Hairpins, $125 each, at Lulu Frost. Oscar de La Renta Earrings, $325 at Oscar […]

Trademarking a symbol of denigration

A symbol of literal denigration den·i·grate ˈdenəˌɡrāt/ verb verb: denigrate; 3rd person present: denigrates; past tense: denigrated; past participle: denigrated; gerund or present participle: denigrating criticize unfairly; disparage. Origin late Middle English (in the sense ‘blacken, make dark’): from Latin denigrat- ‘blackened,’ from the verb denigrare, from de- ‘away, completely’ + nigrare (from niger ‘black’). […]

Movie/TV roles for black women

Julie “Cindy Lou Who” Delpy Says Hollywood is Easier on Black People than Women By Reneegede To be exact, she said “Two years ago, I said something about the Academy being very white male, which is the reality, and I was slashed to pieces by the media. It’s funny — women can’t talk. I sometimes […]

Brown skinned divas -(continuously updated until February)

Abagond has been a great inspiration to me. His audacious blog premise -500 words a day on whatever I want- has given me something to shoot for. It’s my New Year’s resolution. Not to write 500 words, but to write each day; rather than, as has become my habit, to merely read. To write what […]

LUCIFER’S COONS

At first I did not know what the hell Princeray was talking about. Was he disparaging Jay-Z by creating coon images of him to illustrate his charge that Jay-Z is a sellout? So I searched Google to discover that these coon images were created by Jay-Z himself. Then I watched the video from which these […]

In anticipation of Neo-Black History Month: Some thoughts

This year I will celebrate February’s Black History Month, as usual, as  Neo-Black History Month, this year focusing on “mulattoes”. You might ask, ‘Nomad, why are you always talking about mulattoes, man? That’s an offensive term at worst. At best its obsolete.’ I admit, it does have a hint of  odiousness, like the term “Negro”. […]

Dave Chappelle’s Secret Message To The World

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 […]