New York TimesBlack People Are Not All 'Living in Hell' - The New York TimesNew York TimesThe black upper middle class is ascending the economic ladder at a faster rate than its white counterpart.and more »
blackmattersus.com (blog)Black People And Fast Food Epidemicblackmattersus.com (blog)The efforts of the companies along with aggressive advertising have taken most Black people too far from healthier diets of previous generations. As a result, Jou points out, minority communities are disproportionately affected by obesity and related ...and more »
ThyBlackManBuy Black, Bank Black, Black People in 2017.ThyBlackManCivil rights activists and scholars have questioned why living conditions for Black people barely improved under the leadership of our nation's first Black president whose campaign slogan “Yes, We Can” rang as a promise of it—encouraging Americans to ...and more »
Can Black People Be Racist?The Good Men Project (blog)Dr. Vibe asks Black male thought leaders from the United States and Canada if Black people can be racist. Dr. Vibe asks Rodney Kellum, Dr. Lawrence A. Rasheed, Leron L. Barton, Jonathan O. Shaw and Jim Kennedy for their comments on the following ...
Articles: White People Always Steal from Black People – So Does ...American ThinkerWhite people are always stealing stuff from black people. And black people, like Oprah, don't like it. Neither do third-grade teachers in lily white schools.and more »
KGO-TVFresno shooting suspect heard shouting 'Let black people go' in courtroomKGO-TVMurder suspect Kori Ali Mohammed shout out in court Friday, and his first arraignment was postponed while he undergoes a mental evaluation. (KGO-TV). KFSN. By Vanessa Vasconcelos and Gene Haagenson. Wednesday, April 26, 2017 06:14PM.White people need to 'get over it,' Fresno shooting rampage suspec
GQ Magazine'Dear White People' Creator Justin Simien: Being Black Means 'You Have to Explain Yourself All the F--king Time'GQ MagazineBlack people, too—we're supposed to be upholding our images. I just, I thought that because it had stars in it, or something, and it made money—we just didn't have that conversation, and I felt like that was a big missed opportunity, and
VultureDear White People Recap: Finding Your LabelVultureThis gives him a bit of a nervous complex around black folks, making his assignment to the all-black Armstrong-Parker House nightmarish. “It's not that Lionel was afraid of black people,” the narrator informs us. “Just the ones that reminded him of ...and more »
The RootI, a White, Rode the Train With Blacks 1 Day, and It Was Crazy: An Atlanta-Newspaper Reader Writes on RaceThe RootI'm not sure how many editors laid eyes on this piece before it was published, but if the goal of AJC's project is to show how tone-deaf and insulting white people can be when they make observations about black people, they hit the mark with this one.
LA Riot Documentaries Show Dehumanizing Black People Enables Abuses in PolicingNPRA slew of new documentaries look back on the Los Angeles riots, 25 years after the city erupted in protest. But why are so many being made and why now? RAY SUAREZ, HOST: Next Saturday marks the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots.