Thanks Eric R! ‘”I find it vaguely irritating how Eddie Murphy is given free [rein] to depict the cliched, overbearing, domineering black woman without any complaints,” wrote a blogger on Salon.com. “Hell, I’m white, and even I’m offended by this depictio
“Such voices [like Oprah Winfrey and John Ridley]…are increasingly vocal and pointed. They are shattering the unwritten rules of black solidarity: Let’s all work together. And if we can’t, let’s at least keep our fights within the family.”
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“Find the Illegal Immigrant” There will be one individual with a nametag that reads ‘illegal immigrant’. This person has volunteered to do so and is not actually an illegal immigrant. On Thursday people will be signing up to be ‘INS’ and the first person
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