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Captain America and Hawkeye Just Called Black Widow A ‘Slut.’ No, For Real Guys.

Being a Superhero puts you in one of the biggest spotlights there is. Choose your words carefully. The post Captain America and Hawkeye Just Called Black Widow A ‘Slut.’ No, For Real Guys. appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Cecily Strong To President Obama: “Hair So White, It Can Talk Back To The Cops”

11 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Bossip

Cecily Strong Makes Racial Jokes At Correspondents Dinner Wanna hear a funny joke? Via TMZ reports: Cecily Strong went in HARD on President Obama and the Secret Service with an envelope-pushing joke about cops killing black men — an...

'SNL' Star Cecily Strong -- Cracks Racist Cops Joke on Obama ... As Baltimore Riots Raged

12 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity :

Cecily Strong went in HARD on President Obama and the Secret Service with an envelope-pushing joke about cops killing black men -- and she did it just miles from the Baltimore riots over that very issue. Cecily hosted…

Movie monster creator Rick Baker is auctioning his life’s work

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets :

Have you ever wanted to own the big bug from Men In Black? You can, in theory, at the end of May. Rick Baker, a special effects make-up and creature creator who has […]

Must See Para TV Tonight!

Tonight on The History Channel, they are showing "Ancient Alien" episodes followed by my favorite UFO show, "Hangar 1." The episodes of Hangar 1 include Men in Black and Underwater UFOs (USOs). On Discovery's Science Channel tonightShow More Summary

Man Wrongfully Imprisoned for 39 Years Says Inmates Are Commodities

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Prison is not just about paying debts to society but making big profits for a few in society. f8grapher/Shutterstock In a Channel 4 post about three Cleveland black men who were freed (on bail) late last month after spending 18 years...Show More Summary

The arc of injustice: How racism kills

The tragic deaths of Oscar Grant, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Walter Scott, and untold others, deeply grieve our national conscience. But more black men die in America from heart disease than from police brutality, and we never mention those parallel realities in the same breath, let alone collectively mourn those dead. Why is […]

Just a Little Something for You to Think About While I Go in This Corner and Puke

Large drunk black guy to black girl sitting down: Girl, you're so pretty, why are you frowning?Black girl sitting down: Do me a favor, get up out my face.(two large Hispanic men get up to protect her)Large drunk black guy: Okay, I'm done…but I love you.–2 TrainOverheard by: jj is sober at 10am

First Look: Johnny Depp’s “Black Mass” Getup

His resume is the definition of a diverse career and Johnny Depp is stepping into the role of infamous Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger in the forthcoming “Black Mass.” The “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” star looks...Show More Summary

How the War on Drugs Contributes to the '1.5 Million Missing Black Men'

On Monday, the New York Times published a deeply upsetting piece titled, "1.5 Million Missing Black Men." According to the Times, "Black women who are 25 to 54 and not in jail outnumber black men in that category by 1.5 million....For every 100 black women in this age group living outside of jail, there are only 83 black men. Show More Summary

Calibrating The Values Of The Americanized Negro: "Protesting To Have 'Dr King Day' Recognized Nationally VERSUS Suspending The "Struggle Motion For Social Justice In America" Until "The Last African Body Is Pulled Out Of The Mediterranean

GLOBAL Missing Migrants Project Who Influences The Americanized Negro's Priorities And Sense Of Position? The only time the "White Progressive Cheshire Fox" (NYTimes) and "The Embedded Black Fox Confidence Men" (The Michelle Alexander...Show More Summary

Silence on Black Female Victims Weakens Fight Against Police Brutality

Tanisha Anderson Silence on Black Female Victims Weakens Fight Against Police Brutality by Kali Nicole Gross | HuffPost Black Voices No one can deny black men's vulnerability in this society and the recent killings of Walter Scott and Eric Harris are painful reminders, but the fact is black women suffer the same injustices. Show More Summary

TV’s Most Inspiring New Show

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

A group of black LGBT men in leotards and heels have a simple mission: to change the world by doing a fabulous dance. Finally, a reality TV series to feel good about.

America's 1.5 million missing black men

5 days agoHumor / odd :

In Ferguson, for every 100 black women between the ages of 25 and 54, there are 60 black men. While Ferguson is extreme, it's not exceptional. Across America, we see similar numbers. So the question arises: What happened to all the black men? The short answer to that question is incarceration and premature death. Show More Summary

Paralyzed by watching black men and boys die

When people ask me what I focus on in my writing, my answer is simple and will surprise no one who actually reads me. I tell them I write about national politics, black stuff and gay stuff. So, there’s no shortage of things to write about. But sometimes the flow of news can be overwhelming […]

Far fewer black men than black women

Justin Wolfers, David Leonhardt, and Kevin Quealy for the Upshot explore the gender gap between the black male and female populations in the United States. It's wide. They are missing,… Tags: census, race, Upshot

NYT Report: There Are 1.5 Million Missing Black Men in the United States

The disparity is incredible. According to a sweeping new New York Times report, one out of every six black men in the United States is missing. 1.5 million black males between the ages of 25 and 54 have disappeared from free society, mostly as a result of death or jail. Show More Summary

NYC Has 118,000 Missing Black Men

A new report shows that more than one of every six black men in the United States who should be between the ages of 25 and 54 have "disappeared" from daily life, mostly due to incarceration or death. Nowhere is this number greater than in New York City, where there are 118,000 fewer black men than there should be. [ more › ]

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