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Throughout most of the history of the United States, Black people have been viewed as a regrettable nuisance, easily confined to ghettos and living quarters on “the other side of the tracks”. History books found it difficult to chronicle a list of exploits or inventions ascribed to Black people, a most unfortunate side-effect of the... Read More
The wait is finally over. After patiently waiting nearly a century to see it, Black people will finally enjoy the sight of a Black princess in a Walt Disney film, with the November 25 release of The Princess and the Frog: Analyst are unsure if this movie will play with a global audience, for as... Read More
Black people love cartoons, almost as much as they love professional wrestling. Cartoons are simple to follow, contain an easy-to-digest storyline and hardly any difficult words to understand. All of that equals the perfect formula for the Black persons medium for a television show. Black people might love cartoons, but Black people do not love... Read More