A school in Atlanta has apologised after children performed a poem for Black History Month in blackface masks.
Pupils at Kindezi Old Fourth Ward Charter School recited Paul Laurence Dunbar’s 1896 poem “We Wear The Mask” while wearing black masks with exaggerated red lips and white eyes. Continue reading
This is very dope…. but dude been on good ish for a while hence why he is out the NFL…
Former NFL tight end Martellus Bennett is on a mission to inspire young Black boys to dream beyond the narrative they see of themselves in media.
Following the shooting deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling more than two years ago, Bennett penned a poem titled “Dear Black Boy” that specifically addressed young Black kids today who are unable to escape the images of trauma that is imposed on them. Continue reading
Topic: “Black Life in America”
“What does it Mean to Be on Code”
“Does Black America have a Code to stay on?” Continue reading
Yanadameen Godcast Season 2 episode #001
In this first episode of the new year, and our first episode cutting ties with our former studio, we dive into the R. Kelly debate & Lord Jamar asks when is a “VICTIM” held responsible for their actions.
We must prepare for rahowa cuz they certainly are….
Police have begun a manhunt for the gunman responsible for shooting and killing 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes in an apparently unprovoked attack on a black family. Continue reading
A predominantly black youth football team in Maryland was thrown out of its league and banned from the playoffs without being given a reason, reports Fox Baltimore.
The Reisterstown Mustangs went undefeated in the Carroll County Youth Football and Cheer league, but after the season concluded, and before the playoffs, they were sent a letter saying they had been thrown out of the league and would not be allowed in the playoffs. Continue reading
Great read….If I had not met my wife, I most def would have retired from dating, which I kind of did in a lot of ways….. divide and conquer is working…
I have known pissed off Black men all my life. The permanent scowl I saw them wear taught me much, but it wasn’t until young adulthood that I found out the plethora of reasons why they—no, WE—wore it. In a short period of time between the 1960s and 1970s, the following policies became ensconced in law, dramatically changing reality for Black males nationally. Continue reading
Chicago’s finest…. smmfh Doesn’t surprise me one bit… but please “black” people, stop calling the police for help when they only wanna kill us…
Surveillance video shows an off-duty Chicago police officer shooting and wounding an unarmed autistic black teenager in an incident the police department had described as an armed confrontation. Continue reading
You know what his agenda is…
Two teenagers are facing life without parole sentences for capital murder, though it’s not clear they pulled the trigger.
On the morning of May 21, 2016, 56-year-old John Michael Taylor was found lying on the side of a road next to a convenience store. When police came, he allegedly told them that three men had forced him into their car, robbed him, and shot him behind the store. He died as a result of a single gunshot wound. Continue reading
#ZoWhat Show Topic:
Topic: MAN DOWN! SG: Lewis Dix”
“A deeper look at What Modern-Day Masculinity Means for Men…and Women?”
“Defining Manhood in the #MeToo Era!
SG: Lewis Dix” Continue reading