Category Racism

Gun culture and white supremacy

Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz City Lights (2018) Book Review According to Dunbar-Ortiz, the main function of the Second Amendment, is to enshrine the voluntary militias used by white settlers to dispossess Native Americans of their land and compulsory slave patrols to hunt down and capture runaway slaves. […] […]

Good Negro, Bad Negro

Good Panther, Bad Panther Paul Street   “They are often the kinds of kids that are called superpredators — no conscience, no empathy. We can talk about why they ended up that way, but first, we have to bring them to heel.” — Hillary Clinton, 1996 The latest Marvel Comics science-fiction movie “Black Panther” is […]

QOTD: When bad things happen to white people

The white students who survived the massacre are rightly speaking out about their experience and attempting to break the institutional support for killing sprees. But black protest against hyper policing and its inevitable death toll is dismissed. So is anyone who opposes U.S. military violence or that of its allies which take place in any […]

Black Panther as neo-Tarzanism — The Most Revolutionary Act

Originally posted on Journal of People: by Biko Agozino Pambazuka News | February 23, 2018 Hollywood expects everyone to cheer whenever African characters are starred as superheroes even if the roles assigned to them include the mass murder of fellow Africans while subtly promoting the interests of colonisers. Hollywood films should always come with a […]

PCR posts more white identity claptrap

Blacks and feminists are the culprits Fred Reed Explains How America Was Destroyed Kids: Then and Now The disappearance of common sense in America. The post Fred Reed Explains How America Was Destroyed appeared first on via Fred Reed Explains How America Was Destroyed —

The war on the black image

You know something? There are some movies I just don’t want to watch. It’s mostly movies where I, as a black person, am the target audience. I don’t want some corporation deciding what I should be looking at. I ain’t no target. First of all I don’t want movies shaping my perception of myself as […]

Being White

For Some Reason, Being White Still Matters by David Rosen In the wake of the August 2017 neo-Nazi rally and counter-protest in Charlottesville, VA, the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics (with Reuters/Ipsos) conducted a survey that warned, “some Americans express troubling racial attitudes even as majority oppose white supremacists.” Asking whether white people and/or racial minorities in […]