Hello new followers!!
hes only seconds old and hes prepared for the world
live long and prosper little dude..
Ciel in wonderland
When u realize u sent an important text to the wrong person
I personally have Black Stats: African Americans by the Numbers in the Twenty-first Century, a book that was given to me by one of my followers. It’s more about Black community stats in general, but some does show how racism benefits.
There is a project that I’m starting to help put a better perspective into things. I can’t personally tell you about more books, as I read a lot of formal essays verses books.
Hopefully, as time goes on, I can recommend more books.
Here are some that have helped me:
The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander
Behind the Eight Ball by Tanya Sharpe- this book is a qualitative study on women and crack cocaine but the first few chapters give a really concise history of the effects of slavery on the black community)
Race and Class: Why both matter by I. Kawachi- this is a short paper on how racism has benefitted white people through industrialization and during the labor movement
Levels of Racism: A theoretical framework and a gardener’s tale- by C. P. Jones. This is another short and simple paper but very helpful if you’re just starting to think about racism.
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The Events in Ferguson will one day make a great movie for white people to feel guilty about and give an academy award to
and the story will revolve around a white journalist who ultimately realizes that wow, we’re all human
Jonah Hill stars as Mike Brown
Niggas be like ”He don’t bite”
"He still a baby"
"He just playin."
"He just really really likes new people"
Do you see that wagging tail? That is a happy excited dog. be grateful someone wanna see yo miserable bitch ass
I run a camp for 9 to 12 year old girls and they decided that they wanted to have a superhero day. Many of them even created their own superheroes! It was a lot of fun and great to see a new generation of girls loving superheroes.