The Magic Negro, The Gay/Effeminate Psychopath, The Latina Maid, The Mighty Non-Whitey, The Wise, Old, Asian Asshole, The Cowardly/Incompetent Black Sidekick
“Then he told the whites in the room something I’d never really considered before. “If you woke up black tomorrow, you’d put a bullet in your head by the time the 6 o’clock news came on.”
“The Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago has put out a press release condemning the media attacks against retired pastor Jeremiah Wright as an attack upon the whole African-American religious tradition and its place in black culture.”
“sadly, researchers found blacks once again hardest hit by a health problem: A whopping half of African American teens in the study had an STI.”
“More than a thousand people turned out Sunday to remember the victims of one of the most notorious chapters of the Vietnam War. On March 16, 1968, members of Charlie Company killed as many as 504 villagers, nearly all of them unarmed children, women and
“With disappointing ratings across the board in a number of key regions, comedy drama Cashmere Mafia will be axed with only seven episodes ever being produced according to reports from the Washington Post.”
“These stories may then reaffirm white audiences’ perception of black dysfunction and allow them to use blacks as a negative counterpoint for their own images of normalcy and to affirm their sense of superiority.”
“Two teenagers pummeled a Latino man as he left a convenience store in Boulder Tuesday night, accusing him of “stealing our jobs,” according to Boulder police.”
“Both David Duke and George Wallace insisted that they weren’t racists. That’s because in the popular vocabulary, the racist is not so much an actual person but a monster, an outcast thug who leads the lynch mob and keeps Mein Kampf in his back pocket.”
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