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Supernerd

Much of my story has been about bridging gaps. I am an HIV/AIDS educator, writer and aspiring lawyer/academic seeking to create systemic change in how members of global society fundamentally address Human Rights.

I aspire to be the lead protagonist voice in a Disney animated feature.

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Interracial vs Intraracial dating, loving and fucking: Part 2

  In the above clip, we discover that in 2000 roughly 95, 000 black women were married to white men.  By 2006, the numbers had grown to 117,000 black women are married to white men.  Anchor person Mara Schiavocampo of NBC poses the following:  “One reason for the increase in interracial relationships may simply be […]

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Interracial vs Intraracial dating, loving and fucking: Part 1

    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJ8RyR6_cJQ&feature=related   Let’s begin the conversation with the clip by the chocolate enthusiast herself, Kyla.  She starts this clip with an ode to chocolaty goodness. She says, “Hi, I like chocolate, and I am not talking about the candy, ok.” Kyla, goes on to say, “I love chocolate; I love chocolate men; I […]

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MICHAEL VICK…the dawg[sic] killer

     Michael Vick, who was once the highest paid man in the NFL with his 135 million dollar contract, is back with the League as a Philadelphia Eagles (according to ESPN).  In this First Take clip , one gets the opportunity to hear from some expert NFL commentators about how they felt about Michael […]

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“Skinny-Bitches are [NOT] evil”

    httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fwjdtzk1Zs&feature=related In 2001, Mo’Nique in Queens of Comedy came to the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis. She enters from a rotating pyramid. As she steps on the stage, she gives Memphis its props, and then says to all the “fat girls”  “…stand y’all fat asses up and take a motha-fuckin’[sic] bow.” She goes on […]

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Blacks and BAD HAIR

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0KHbK81QxI I am looking forward to the theatre release of this comic documentary Good Hair about black folks’ obsession with ‘good’ hair. Chris Rock’s drive to start this project came when his daughter asked him why she didn’t have good hair. My best friend feels that “most people don’t think about [hair] in terms [of self-hate] as […]

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Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations: Part 2 Leadership

  There is a problem with leadership in America, particularly black America. From every angle when we think of our leadership there are three main themes (i.e., the problematic, the self-aggrandizer, and the bad).  Leadership is a tricky thing when you think about it. No one is at birth (here in United States of America) […]

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The Soft bigotry of Low Expectation: Part 1 Violence

In May 2008, I was in the North Lawndale community on my way home from work when I was attacked. I was attacked by 8-12 black children ranging from ages 10 – 12.  They were throwing rocks, bricks and etc , because I had refused to give the youngest one money. I didn’t fight back. […]

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Why I want(ed) to be a Disney Princess

  What I find hard to process about the previous post about not wanting to be a Disney Princess is that the author belittles “traditional fairytales.” She [the author] claims that “they are limited and untrue for poor working class black girls like [herself].” She asserts that “Prince Charming does not come,” and “that happy […]

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Some Black women and gays love denegration?

  As we prepare for CNN’s Black in America 2 (July 22nd & 23rd), let’s “keep it poppin’” with a discussion about some black women and black LGBT folks. In my experience, some women and black LGBT folks are into being disrespected. Disrespect for me ranges — from dancing and signing songs that screams: bitches, punk, sissy, battyman and […]

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Bow Wow vs B-Scott: HipHop homophobia

  Black Men being Hard together In mid-April 2009, Little Bow Wow told a “funny story”, which was over a live web-chat, about not wanting to get his haircut by a barber that he assumed was gay.   His comments sparked some controversy among gay media when his remarks were leaked.  One such critique came from […]

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