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Slapping Chris Rock was also a blow to men, women, the entertainment industry, and the Black community. — Read on kareem.substack.com/p/will-smith-did-a-bad-bad-thing
Simple Complicated Assault We do not operate in a vacuum. Our actions as Black people, whether fair or not, have ramifications across our full diaspora. It’s always bigger than you! I represent a legacy that has a significant impact on our culture. This was an unforced error of mind-blowing proportions. No one wins, the cultureContinue reading “Simple, yet Complicated Assault”
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Survival of the fittest. There was an old barn at Tower Hill Farm. Inside my father kept hundreds of pounds of navy beans. We had a backup hand pump well with plenty of fresh water. His survival plan if the grid went down was for us to crush the beans with a hammer and mix the powderContinue reading “Survival of the Fittest”
￼ Like most large families, Our family was subdivided into groups. The oldest: Michele Lynne (Richard Jr. 1963-1963) The Twins: Satori (Pamela) – Inte Paula Gration The middle: Zenobia (Stepanie) Gregory (one name) Miss (Ms.) The 3 Little-Guys: Christian Ayanna Yohance As the three youngest in the family, our journey was a little different. WeContinue reading “WPFW 9/25 show’s notes”
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The process of writing “nigger” started with an arranged meeting between Gregory and a young, New York Times sportswriter named Robert Lipsyte. The publisher E.P. Dutton had sent many other potential collaborators, however, Gregory didn’t click with any of them. The project began just a couple weeks after the March on Washington. Lipsyte first met with Gregory onContinue reading “— The backstory: how Dick Gregory’s acclaimed autobiography “nigger” came to be —”