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There's an apocryphal story involving Andrew Young, former mayor of Atlanta and President Jimmy Carter's ambassador to the United Nations, and an address he gave to the historically Black college Clark Atlanta University in the 1980s. While addressing the subject of the eroding tax-base in the city and the fear of a diminishing amount of... Read More
Recall that in 2008, 96 percent of Black people voted for Mein Obama in the presidential election. Obviously, four percent of Black people made a huge error in the voting booth and were incapable of reading the ballot correctly; this is the only reasoning one can conceivably conjure when confronted with the latest NBC/Wall Street... Read More
The Reality of Clayton County, again. We write about that wonderful county located in Metro-Atlanta a lot here. Whether it is a Black sheriff firing all the white police officers and putting Black snipers on the roof as they are marched out, humiliated in the process; whether it is the first county in America in... Read More
In the state of Georgia, the Black Caucus is suing majority white cities ostensibly because of White Flight and the lack of tax dollars being shared with the city of Atlanta. The Black Undertow has been unsuccessful in turning these cities and counties into mirror images of Clayton and DeKalb County, because Dunwoody, Sandy Springs... Read More
In the United States, one city is known as the Black Mecca – Atlanta. Though the demographics are changing rapidly, the rampant corruption found throughout Hotlanta won’t go away anytime soon. A massive scandal in the city school system – led by Black principals – is threatening the accreditation of that district. What other county... Read More
We at SBPDL went on record that a Nelson Mandela death prior to the 2010 World Cup would ruin the chances of a successful futbol (soccer) tournament in that downtrodden nation. But two months away from the first kick, soccer fans everywhere are counting down the moments until their beloved nations compete for the FIFA... Read More
Just as a previous post discussed Waiting Until Graduation to Start Stripping, this brief entry will detail an event SBPDL is even shocked about. The people in this video are obviously speaking Spanish, but don't appear to be Non-Hispanic white people, but those of obvious African heritage. They are children, and they are partaking in... Read More
Atlanta again. Sherman infamously burned the city to the ground during the first Civil War in 1864 and the horrors of that scorched earth policy are constantly reenacted upon Georgia Tech Students nowadays. The same strategy of scorched earth is being employed by the Black power base in the city, as the fear of losing... Read More
Labor Day signifies one of the last weekends of summer and the transitioning into the fall season, as in many states across the nation leaves begin to change color and a crisp can be felt in the air. Labor Day has an interesting history in the United States that few people think about as they... Read More
High school in the United States is an exciting time for members of every race. Football games, the first parties with alcohol and prom season all leave lasting memories and impressions that will last a lifetime. John Hughes, the incredible director of 1980s movies, chronicled life for white people in high school in many of... Read More
Clayton County, a thriving majority Black suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, has already been covered here at Stuff Black People Don't Like. It is home to one of the shining examples of No Child Left Behind, as the Clayton County School System is the first system in the United States in the last 40 years to... Read More