Hide and Seek, my A**! Where Da F*** Y’all At?

I feel like I’m playing a game I never agreed to participate in and furthermore I don’t play kid like games with grown ass folk. Hide and seek might be fun to these big corporations but we ain’t chasing yall asses, we will ask this question and how you respond is on you, but, WHERE DA FUCK YALL AT? There is this thing called BRAND ACTIVISM, which is a so called stand on social, environmental and political issues. We should know by now that everything is game. I’m not here…

Trigger Warning Bodycam Footage of Muhammad Muhaymin Jr.’s tragic encounter with Phoenix Police Finally Surfaces

Trigger Warning. This video contains images that will be tough to witness for some viewers. He told them He couldn’t breathe. This encounter was truly avoidable and unnecessary. It all began when Muhammad Muhaymin, Jr. wanted to use a community bathroom. Muhaymin has a service dog that is always with him and the security guard was refusing to let Muhaymin into the restroom. Muhaymin was calm and clear the entire time as he expressed his desire to use the restroom. The police subsequently came – placed a knee on Muhaymin’s…

Black Communities Arrested by Environmental Racism: An overview of the waves of Revolution and Reconstruction in America

By I. Malik Saafir, President & CEO of The Southern Renaissance A panoramic view of environmental racism allows Black Americans to see their communities through seven lenses of justice: housing, education, employment, healthcare, recreation, and religion.   Environmental justice gives Americans a panoramic view of environmental racism from the perspective of Black Americans. The history of this kind of panoramic view of racism can be traced back to what I call the First Wave of the Civil Rights Movement, a time when Black Americans first experienced racism through the seven lenses…

Happy “Frederick Douglass Said F*ck Your Independence Day” Day

On July 5th, 1852, almost 13 years before slavery was completely abolished in this country, Frederick Douglass delivered a speech at an Independence Day celebration, pointing out the hypocrisy in the holiday and in the Founding Fathers’ ideals. OK, so he didn’t exactly make the speech on July 4th, but he was shitting on July 4th up and down the speech, so we celebrating the speech today, gawd dammit. The speech by the world renowned abolitionist started off somewhat cordial. He acknowledged America (even though he referred to Independence Day…