THE NAACP HAS NO BLACK PRINCIPLES THAT THEY WOULD PROMOTE OVER PROGRESSIVE OPPORTUNISM THE NAACP KNOWS THAT 'PRINCIPALS' WHO THEY CAN WORK WITH IS THE KEY TO THE EXPANSION OF PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALISM IN PUBLIC SCHOOS
A new video has surfaced revealing a key part of the arrest of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore black man whose death from injuries he sustained while in police custody led to days of protests and a federal investigation. The video, shotShow More Summary
Here is a print out of all of the key articles on the so-called "Black Political" blog named "Hinterland Gazette. IF THERE WAS EVER AN HONEST CONVERSATION in this nation, but more importantly AMONG BLACK PEOPLE, regarding why there is...Show More Summary
ABC's success with last season's lineup of shows suggests diversity is a key part of the formula for attracting viewers.
"We're young and road-ready," the Black Keys wrote in a letter that accompanied their first demo. It was a bold statement; it was also completely untrue. "We hadn't played any shows yet," singer and guitarist Dan Auerbach says with a laugh. "Whatever. It was a white lie." For The Big Come Up — the fifth installment...
EW: Chris Rock, Lenny Kravitz And Alicia Keys Reportedly Signed For Season #1 Of "Empire" IN COMPUTER SCIENCE / INFORMATION SCIENCE REFERENTIAL INTEGRITY limits the contents of a resulting data set to an existing bit of data from a SUPERIOR RELATIONSHIP PROGRESSIVE AFRICANA STUDIES "THE WHITE RIGHT WING ENEMY IS TRYING TO KILL BLACK PEOPLE. Show More Summary
Remember Guitar Hero? The video game franchise went away for five years, but a new installment is coming out this fall. Guitar Hero Live features a new plastic instrument and live action sequences in which you perform in front of video...Show More Summary
The Guitar Hero franchise is coming back in 2015 after a five-year hiatus, and now Guitar Hero Live has revealed the first 24 songs from its expansive set list. The Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Black Keys and Green Day are among the initial wave of artists that will...
It's my experience that consistently killing big black bears over bait takes just as much, and often more work than spot-and-stalk hunting. The belief that baiting black bears is simple and easy is a misconception common to those who have never done it. Show More Summary
Former BioShock developers have sadly hung up their hats on surreal adventure The Black Glove. The Black Glove has now been shuttered, as financial backing for the project has proved elusive. Day For Night Games said it hopes to come back to the project one day, but has given up for now. “We put together […]
Key & Peele’s “Negrotown” Paints Picture Of Black Utopia “No white bes” to take away all the good black men? Sounds like many black women’s dream come Image via YouTube
In this video, comedians Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key imagine a magical musical world where black men are safe from the police. If this is the first sketch you've ever watched by comedy duo Key & Peele, you might think they talk about race a lot. Show More Summary
"It's like a utopia for black people," Keegan-Michael Key's character says after his introduction to the fantastical "Negrotown" in the latest gone-viral "Key & Peele" sketch. The stars and creators of the Comedy Central series, which starts its next season in July, are known for skewering race relations in America.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
What if there was a magical place where black people could escape the indignities, dangers and inconveniences of racism?
“It’s like a Utopia for black people!” The new season of their show may not start until July, but Key & Peele released a new sketch online this week that couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time. “Had to release this one early,” wrote Jordan Peele on Twitter. Show More Summary
“Another world is possible!” — so goes the popular activist chant at rallies and marches. Yet one of the most difficult aspects of sustaining a grassroots political movement can be imagining that other world and persisting even when it seems far away. … Read More
Leave it to Key and Peele to find a way to use humor to talk about sensitive racial subjects and topics like police brutality. The last time the comedy duo made big buzz was when President Obama used their “anger translator,” Luther, at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, as reported by the Inquisitr. Show More Summary
This might be Key and Peele's most political sketch yet In "Negrotown," main characters Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key imagine a utopia for black people where "you can walk the street without getting stopped, harassed or beat."Show More Summary
What do Adele, Foster The People, Hozier, Norah Jones, Arcade Fire, Lorde, Beck, Coldplay, The Black Keys and Sia all have in common? All were unknown to the mainstream until Los Angeles' KCRW (89.9FM) embraced their debut records teleporting them into the public's consciousness and, ultimately, the pop stratosphere. Show More Summary
Well, if only life were this simple. To promote the season 5 premiere of Key & Peele on July 8, the comedy duo released this musical skit about a fictional “utopia for black people” called Negrotown. No, it isn’t Atlanta (their joke, not mine). Read more...