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Dr. Phil, Black Girl Thinks She Is White

The Title of this video is, "Dr. Phil, Black Girl Thinks She Is White"When I first saw this video of Treasure Richardson, I knew from the start it had to be a set up, a hoax, a scam or some such thing as that.  In the ensuing days after the airing of this segment, with a little ground work and exposure by Treasure's Sister, Nina, it has come to light, that it is simply a…See More
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1968 protests at Columbia University called attention to ‘Gym Crow’ and got worldwide attention

1968 protests at Columbia University called attention to 'Gym Crow' and got worldwide attentionBlack power militant H. Rap Brown and Stokely Carmichael (right) appeared at a sit-in protest at Columbia University in New York City on April 26, 1968. APStefan M. Bradley,…See More
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Why Do Black Women Hate Black Men? (Videos)

Why Do Black Women Hate Black Women?The title of this video is "Why Do Black Women Hate Black Men?"This video is a bit of departure from my usual uploads.  It's a bit raw and uncut.  A few days, I awakened from sleep and this question was piercing my awareness. "You are not married, why is that? Do you hate Black men? I must say I was taken aback by this thought appearing in my awareness.  In fact it troubled me that anyone would think such a thing. Typically, I am very meticulous about how I…See More
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"Culture Vultures come in all shapes and sizes, and even those whom you least expect are doing just that, using another's culture and tradition to further their own gain."…See More
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"Nana Baakan Agyiriwah Asante Sana for your assessment.  But can We see the op this movie creates for New Afrikans and push New Afrikan filmmakers to get on the bandwagon?  While New Afrikans for hungry for Strong Black Images, We need to…"
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Anne M Jennings See commented on Nana Baakan Agyiriwah's blog post Freedom Rider: Black Panther Movie: A Black Face in a High Place
"I agree with most of what you are saying, except for a couple of points you make.  First, the CIA agent:  most of the people I have spoken with about that character disliked/mistrusted him from the very start.  It didn't matter…"
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Freedom Rider: Black Panther Movie: A Black Face in a High Place

“Questioners are ‘hoteps’ who are too woke to have fun.”The desire to see a black face in a high place is a legacy of slavery and the century of Jim Crow segregation that followed. The psychological impact of America’s apartheid is enduring, and unlikely to end without true revolutionary change.Black people are loath to do…See More
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"What's wrong with you people!  The Black Panther is a movie, and a good one. It is a fantasy with a Black super hero (about time)  Why do you feel a need to over-analyze it?  Did you do that with movies featuring White super…"
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My birth name is Sybil. Most of my life I wondered why my mother would give me such a name, as I was teased endlessly by my peers. Additionally, my last name was Fequa(fee cue). Now with a strange first and last name, I barely had a defense. In time I came to understand the powerful significance of my birth name and so much more. I also learned that my last name represented my Creole roots from Louisiana.

I was raised Catholic, a devout Catholic till I joined the Nation of Islam. NOI forced me towards my African roots in a strong way, but not strong enough to link me to the rudimentary spirit of my African Ancestors. I saw it in the church, somewhat in the mosque, but it was not until I connected to Ausar-Auset, Vodun, Yoruba and Akan communities, that it all came together for me.

I am a revolutionary and am surrounded by revolutionaries. Or they pretend to be, just for the sake of conversation. When I step out there, I am a spirit woman first, a Gatekeeper, and then I am everything else.

I completely love my African Roots and Culture and its many manifestations across the Diaspora, good and not so good. I once wondered about my many religious travels, but through them I have learned to appreciate the tolerance, patience and understanding it has afforded me when meeting others who manifest their spirituality differently then I do.
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Dr. Phil, Black Girl Thinks She Is White

Posted on November 10, 2018 at 11:00am 1 Comment

The Title of this video is, "Dr. Phil, Black Girl Thinks She Is White"

When I first saw this video of Treasure Richardson, I knew from the start it had to be a set up, a hoax, a scam or some such thing as that.  In the ensuing days after the airing of this segment, with a little ground work and exposure by Treasure's Sister, Nina, it has come to…

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1968 protests at Columbia University called attention to ‘Gym Crow’ and got worldwide attention

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1968 protests at Columbia University called attention to 'Gym Crow' and got worldwide attention

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Black power militant H. Rap Brown and Stokely Carmichael (right) appeared at a sit-in protest at Columbia University in New York City on April 26, 1968. AP…



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Why Do Black Women Hate Black Men? (Videos)

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Why Do Black Women Hate Black Women?

The title of this video is "Why Do Black Women Hate Black Men?"
This video is a bit of departure from my usual uploads.  It's a bit raw and uncut.…
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The Beyonce Phenomenon: Appreciation or Exploitation?

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"Culture Vultures come in all shapes and sizes, and even those whom you least expect are doing just that, using…

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