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Think of the world as it appears when you’re intoxicated. A heightened sense of invincibility overtakes your normal emotions and demeanor, superseding rationality and civility. You slur your speech in an almost unintelligible dialect, with all inhibitions vanishing as your voice becomes louder and increasingly obnoxious; you think every joke you tell is incredibly funny,... Read More
Black people are correct to call Atlanta the Black capital of America. Where else could a memo be leaked that called for Black people to unite together to keep a white women from becoming mayor of their city? Some call Detroit the Black capital of America, a city which offers a glimpse into the strength... Read More
Atlanta. Home of the 1996 Olympics, Coca-Cola, Home Depot and nearly one of the first major cities to see Black people lose their vice on governmental power, is about to welcome back one of the finest indicators of the cultural vitality of Black America. Freaknic. Yes. Freaknic is back, or Black Spring Break, returns to... Read More
In Black Run America (BRA), a not-so-secret desire by white kids is to emulate their Black overlords in dress, mannerisms, vernacular and style. White kids in BRA have an intense desire to Act Black and find scant opposition from members of their own race when they mimic the nuisances and idiosyncrasies of Black people, whereas... Read More
A block party is a great way to get to know your neighbors in a congenial environment, full of fun, food and frivolity. It's a chance for your kids to meet new neighborhood kids, throw the football or baseball around and talk about the latest gossip in the community with friends and family. For Black... Read More