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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: for $35 million he could have started his own music/business school. That's a looooong way from $1Million. I posted this because it is RARE AS HELL that you actually see rich Black people doing ANYTHING to specifically help Black people. When they actually Do, that information needs to be spread across Black social media, considering that this Positive information of a wealthy/rich Black person actually doing something to help Black people in need will not...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: for $35 million he could have started his own music/business school. That's a looooong way from $1Million. I posted this because it is RARE AS HELL that you actually see rich Black people doing ANYTHING to specifically help Black people. When they actually Do, that information needs to be spread across Black social media, considering that this Positive information of a wealthy/rich Black person actually doing something to help Black people in need will not...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: And don't drop a dime on Black/African American Causes or to help African American/Black Youth or to help African American communities, to boot.
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Kocolicious ·
That's why I cannot for the LIFE of me RESPECT any of these brothas. Just can't. They are FAKE, PHONY rich black men who got what they got based on the blood. sweat and death of blackfolks before them. The above men USED and abused the black community to get wealthy and then turned their backs as if they were born with silver spoons in their mouth-but we know DRUGS paved the way for them. I am NOT impressed with either diddy or Z. And Z influence on BeyBey has her gaping her legs when she...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: That's why I cannot for the LIFE of me RESPECT any of these brothas. Just can't. They are FAKE, PHONY rich black men who got what they got based on the blood. sweat and death of blackfolks before them. The above men USED and abused the black community to get wealthy and then turned their backs as if they were born with silver spoons in their mouth-but we know DRUGS paved the way for them. I am NOT impressed with either diddy or Z. And Z influence on BeyBey...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Kocolicious ·
One day, my sista, mark my words....these so-called black celebrities are gonna REGRET not doing ALL they could for their black community. They are gonna be CALLED out and won't have a thang to say except "i'm sorry." And it gonna be tooooooooooooo late and will be THEIR fault cuz they had the ability to do HUGE, ENORMOUS effective changes that would have made a positive difference...but CHOOSE not to. That day is acoming. Soon, But!
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Raptor ·
Originally Posted by Xeon: “Why don't all you people bitching about it go make some money and donate it where you would like it to go.” Excellent point! Dre has the right to donate his money to any institution or cause that he wants to. I’m sure he has personal reasons for donating his money to USC. Personally, I probably would not have done it but I respect his right to do so. I don’t recall any white philanthropists being railed at by other whites because they donated to a black...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: One day, my sista, mark my words....these so-called black celebrities are gonna REGRET not doing ALL they could for their black community. They are gonna be CALLED out and won't have a thang to say except "i'm sorry." And it gonna be tooooooooooooo late and will be THEIR fault cuz they had the ability to do HUGE, ENORMOUS effective changes that would have made a positive difference...but CHOOSE not to. That day is acoming. Soon, But! I remember many, many...
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Re: Dr. Dre Donates $70 Million to USC

Kocolicious ·
Yep! My sista. India is a PERFECT example of "vulgar display of wealth." Even today, in their caves you can see the thousands of buddha in varies sizes ALL made of GOLD!!! And interestingly, when the poor donate their hair to the gods of India....the hair received is a billion dollar industry for India. Indian hair? Those people donating it don't get a THIN dime. And now their women[who the country don't respect] is making MILLIONS being a surrogate for massa's babies. I think the republican...
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

RadioRaheem ·
Special song written by the brother of the victim ... sung on American Idol http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...amp;feature=youtu.be
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

Jalil ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: Special song written by the brother of the victim ... sung on American Idol http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...amp;feature=youtu.be Thanks for posting that...heart touching. Could be that when the POTUS leaves office, there will be less of this evil!? These white terrorists are going down economically with the rest of America. These criminally insane haters blame President Obama and maybe take that out on others. I don't know.I do now their demonic sickness...
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

Jalil ·
L’il mo’ on how domestic white terrorists think. White terrorist thinking sees the fact that we have an African–American US President as a sign that the country is falling apart. They hate seeing a man in the White House. They hate it. Hateful Nazi-in-Waiting media, Fox-News and other fools play these ignorant redneck voters like a fiddle. It may not be as crazy as it sounds. Increased attacks on Americans by crazed white terrorists could be due to just that. The government needs to snap the...
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

Eudaimonia ·
This case is both frightening and compelling... Here are a few facts about the case: Alfred Wright Murder Case: 10 Important Updates In The Texas Man's Mysterious Death http://www.ibtimes.com/alfred-...erious-death-1557282 Possibly having an affair with the Sheriff's daughter The family's law firm dropped out of the case In addition, to his throat cut missing teeth and ear, he also had his tongue removed and eyes gouged :-( The original autopsy photos are not turned over to the new medical ...
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

Jalil ·
Murder Case Intensifies http://www.frostillustrated.co...er-case-intensifies/ “Fifteen years ago James Byrd, Jr. was murdered in the same area. Three men, known white supremacists, dragged Mr. Bryd for three miles while he was chained to their truck. Mr. Byrd was conscious during the brutal killing and died when his head was severed. Once dead, the men dragged him another mile and dumped him in front of an African American cemetery. He was killed because he was black.” ...
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

Kocolicious ·
Brotha RR wrote: Special song written by the brother of the victim ... sung on American Idol You know those words? "It's like breathing underwater?" That's how I have felt for over 20 years as a result of the drive by execution of my son. I could never put the pain into words until now. How deep was that song? Heavily....deep! But!
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

sunnubian ·
Sometimes I feel like ALL Black males have a virtual bulls eye on their backs in this country. It's almost like when a racist psycho is not killing a Black male, it's only because another Black male beat him to it. Damn.
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

sunnubian ·
Alfred Wright Murder Case: 10 Important Updates In The Texas Man's Mysterious Death By Treye Green on February 21 2014 9:26 PM The death of the father, husband, son and brother has left his family determined to uncover what happened the November night he went missing. Twitter/KFDMNews Suspicion continues to grow concerning the circumstances that led to the disappearance and death of Alfred Wright. The 28-year-old African-American physical therapist from Jasper, Texas, went missing on Nov. 7,...
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

nuggyt ·
9. A Sheriff’s Deputy Says He Saw Wright The Night He Disappeared According to the Wright family, Sheriff's Deputy David West said he was at the liquor store buying a six-pack of beer the night Wright went missing. He said he saw Wright outside using his cell phone between 6:05 p.m. and 6:08 p.m. That was just a few minutes before he disappeared. He made the final call to his wife at 6:05 p.m. Rosalind Wright -- Alfred Wright's mother -- says she doesn't understand why the deputy didn't...
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Re: Black father found dead with throat cut, ear missing: Texas sheriff claims he overdosed

Jalil ·
Keeping the Pressure On-Family of Alfred Wright Continues Pursuit of Justice http://forwardtimesonline.com/...s-pursuit-of-justice
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Re: Florida City Fires Their Entire Police Force

RadioRaheem ·
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Re: Eric Stanley; Chelsey Green Amazing Violinists:

sunnubian ·
Chelsey Green Meet Chelsey (Short Press Biography Available Upon Request): Having shared the stage with artists including Roberta Flack, MC Lyte, Denyce Graves, Ruben Studdard, J.Cole, Questlove and Black Thought of The Roots, emerging artist Chelsey Green is certainly making a mark on today’s popular music scene. A native of Houston, Texas, Green was born into a family of jazz and funk musicians and started her performance career as a violinist at age 5. Though inundated with music of all...
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Re: Dr. Anthony Browder Reveals "The Most Significant Discovery in Egypt You've Never Heard Of"

Kocolicious ·
Yahoooooooooo!!!! The 25th Dynasty is very important cuz its era is the Nubian Empire [ in the 8th Century BC]. A lot of things were going on during that time. And this unfortunately is where Egypt was at its world height and decline simultaneously. What amazing about this era in Egypt history, it's easy to see African traits and features in the eyes of the people. There's no doubt these are black people. And now more proof of how extremely advanced in human culture we were. During my...
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Re: Dr. Anthony Browder Reveals "The Most Significant Discovery in Egypt You've Never Heard Of"

RadioRaheem ·
I'm glad that he was added to Hidden Colors 2. I'd been following his work ever since. I'm going to his next lecture in DC. I also want to go to one of his African tours. thanks for posting this!!
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Re: Possible Confession in Kendrick Johnson's Death

EarthAndSky ·
Because we all know that he didn't beat himself up and then tightly roll himself up in that mat, allowing himself to be suffocated. The state medical examiner and everyone in the sheriff's office, including the sheriff, should be fired.
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Re: Possible Confession in Kendrick Johnson's Death

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by EarthAndSky: Because we all know that he didn't beat himself up and then tightly roll himself up in that mat, allowing himself to be suffocated. The state medical examiner and everyone in the sheriff's office, including the sheriff, should be fired. We also know that he didn't remove his own internal organs and stuff his own body with newspaper.
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

sunnubian ·
So, it means absolutely nothing to him that Trayvon Martin was a child. It mean absolutely nothing to his dumb ass that if HE had been walking in Trayvon Martin's shoes that night, it would have been Him. If he feels so strongly about what he is claiming to believe, why don't he just come on down south or take his Black ass to certain parts of America, or certain sides of town or into certain communities in America and just walk around [without telling anyone Who he his], or drive his car,...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Kocolicious ·
What the FOCK? Is this brotha HIGH on somethin? Cuz that's exactly what it seems like. I didn't UNDERSTAND a gdamn thang he said or what the fock he meant. He is example of the black motherfuckers that pissed me off trying to pretending he doesn't understand the black thang. Motherfucker YES YOUR STUPID ASS does. You understand! Don't play that I didn't grow up in the black experience! Hell... your parents are BLACK-not from Africa asshole....but! From the focking HOOD! Geez. No wonder our...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

sunnubian ·
And this isht: "So we want to advance as a society and a culture, but, say, if something happens to an African-American we immediately come to his defense?" But it was alright when people came to his defense when he was being wrongly accused of raping that White girl? Is he really stupid enough to believe that Black backlash against the time honored tradition of certain White women falsely crying rape against a Black man in this country and African American opinion, and African American...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Fabulous ·
Kobe reminds me of someone….. Kobe, repeat after Tom Hanks:
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

sunnubian ·
This one hit the nail squarely on the head in how far too many Black people think[the red chicken], not just African Americans, but Black people Globally, even in Africa.
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

nuggyt ·
It is clear by the comments on this topic that none of you actually read Kobe's comments. Those of you that did, you read them from a position of such prejudice that you can not even comprehend what he had to say.
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

RadioRaheem ·
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

RadioRaheem ·
Originally Posted by nuggyt: It is clear by the comments on this topic that none of you actually read Kobe's comments. Those of you that did, you read them from a position of such prejudice that you can not even comprehend what he had to say. Kobe has a history of being Black only when convenient.... " In a rare public appearance since he was accused of rape, basketball star Kobe Bryant and his wife Vanessa attended the 2003 Teen Choice Awards, where he was picked as the favorite male...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

nuggyt ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: Originally Posted by nuggyt: It is clear by the comments on this topic that none of you actually read Kobe's comments. Those of you that did, you read them from a position of such prejudice that you can not even comprehend what he had to say. Kobe has a history of being Black only when convenient.... " In a rare public appearance since he was accused of rape, basketball star Kobe Bryant and his wife Vanessa attended the 2003 Teen Choice Awards, where he was...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

sunnubian ·
Kobe Bryant – Don’t EVER Say Another Word about Trayvon Martin Commentary News — 27 March 2014 History matters. Knowing one’s history matters even more. Kobe Bryant clearly believes he has all of the answers. Be it due to his upbringing outside of America or life as an NBA superstar inside the velvet rope; clearly Kobe feels he has it all figured out. The player who has never stood in solidarity, shoulder-to-shoulder with ANYONE except his teammates on the court (or lawyer in the court room)...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

RadioRaheem ·
Originally Posted by nuggyt: Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: Originally Posted by nuggyt: It is clear by the comments on this topic that none of you actually read Kobe's comments. Those of you that did, you read them from a position of such prejudice that you can not even comprehend what he had to say. Kobe has a history of being Black only when convenient.... " In a rare public appearance since he was accused of rape, basketball star Kobe Bryant and his wife Vanessa attended the 2003 Teen...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

nuggyt ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: Originally Posted by nuggyt: Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: Originally Posted by nuggyt: It is clear by the comments on this topic that none of you actually read Kobe's comments. Those of you that did, you read them from a position of such prejudice that you can not even comprehend what he had to say. Kobe has a history of being Black only when convenient.... " In a rare public appearance since he was accused of rape, basketball star Kobe Bryant and his...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

GoodMan ·
This is the schism in African American thought, between neo-liberalism and nationalism. All Kobe said he ain't the type to jump to conclusions because if America is like they say it is, then we shouldn't base it on race/ethnicity. And he uses the doctrine of liberalism to explain his position. And African Americans get pissed, even though majority of African Americans are liberals all the way of some stripe. It's funny.
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Kocolicious ·
Folks can say what the FOCK they want. I KNOW an oreo when I see one. I don't NEED anyone to justify it for ME! The motherfocker is two curbs less than an uncle Tom-if he didn't have all that money....trust and believe no one would focking CARE what he had to say. And even with his little dollars...I care less cuz to me? And I'm speaking for myself-a GROWN ass woman with adult CHILDREN...his sick sadist white obsession mentality is no different than the OJ Simpsons of the world. You know...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Kocolicious ·
Brotha RR wrote: + it is about the history of that brother, thus the reason for his usage of the Dr. King quote while facing rape charges. He also represents a drastic change in what we are use to from the mind of one of our athletes. He used Dr. King quote to make it appear that he was a part of the black experience since he claims that he grew up aboard. And that somehow it was impossible for him...a black man not from the HOOD...to rape anyone. And this is important why? Cuz white society...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Fabulous ·
Originally Posted by nuggyt: It is clear by the comments on this topic that none of you actually read Kobe's comments. Those of you that did, you read them from a position of such prejudice that you can not even comprehend what he had to say. What hypocrisy! Kobe can say how 'he' feels and others can't? Please. I comprehend all to well what he had to say and I believe HE reflects a stereotype… You are pretty much saying if the reader doesn't agree with Kobe, there's something wrong with...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Fabulous ·
Originally Posted by GoodMan: This is the schism in African American thought, between neo-liberalism and nationalism. All Kobe said he ain't the type to jump to conclusions because if America is like they say it is, then we shouldn't base it on race/ethnicity. And he uses the doctrine of liberalism to explain his position. And African Americans get pissed, even though majority of African Americans are liberals all the way of some stripe. It's funny. The majority of African Americans are...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Fabulous ·
Originally Posted by nuggyt: Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: Originally Posted by nuggyt: It is clear by the comments on this topic that none of you actually read Kobe's comments. Those of you that did, you read them from a position of such prejudice that you can not even comprehend what he had to say. Kobe has a history of being Black only when convenient.... " In a rare public appearance since he was accused of rape, basketball star Kobe Bryant and his wife Vanessa attended the 2003 Teen...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Fabulous ·
Kobe Bryant – Don’t EVER Say Another Word about Trayvon Martin Commentary News — 27 March 2014 Excellent, excellent article you posted, sunnubian. Very informative and well written… Thanks for sharing. It's a great read.
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

Jalil ·
Originally Posted by Fabulous: Originally Posted by nuggyt: Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: Originally Posted by nuggyt: It is clear by the comments on this topic that none of you actually read Kobe's comments. Those of you that did, you read them from a position of such prejudice that you can not even comprehend what he had to say. Kobe has a history of being Black only when convenient.... " In a rare public appearance since he was accused of rape, basketball star Kobe Bryant and his wife...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

RadioRaheem ·
Originally Posted by GoodMan: This is the schism in African American thought, between neo-liberalism and nationalism. All Kobe said he ain't the type to jump to conclusions because if America is like they say it is, then we shouldn't base it on race/ethnicity. And he uses the doctrine of liberalism to explain his position. And African Americans get pissed, even though majority of African Americans are liberals all the way of some stripe. It's funny. +what he did was essentially blame others...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

EarthAndSky ·
Wow! I can only surmise that he is either delusional or a coward. Let's see, about a year after the fact, he still doesn't have enough information about the case? To enlighten Kobe Bryant and negropeans who think like him, here are the facts. 1. Trayvon Martin, a teenager, was walking home with a bag of skittles and a container of iced tea when he was stalked by a Neighborhood Blackwatch, oops, Blockwatch member; otherwise known as George Zimmerman. 2. Trayvon was minding his own business,...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

sunnubian ·
"Let's see, about a year after the fact, he still doesn't have enough information about the case? To enlighten Kobe Bryant and negropeans who think like him, here are the facts." BINGO! "Next time, Kobe Bryant, you are in trouble, please don't come grovelling to us for help and support." JACKPOT!
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

RadioRaheem ·
Why are so many Black men battling for the title of King Coon?? http://www.yourblackworld.net/...bout-trayvon-martin/ ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith Says Kobe Bryant Was Right About Trayvon Martin Tweet NBA star Kobe Bryant sparked a great deal of outrage last week when his reason for not rallying behind Trayvon Martin was revealed. In an interview from the March 31st issue of the The New Yorker , Bryant said he was unwilling to support someone just because they’re black. Although many within the...
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Re: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Trayvon—or Colorblindness

sunnubian ·
Just what Black people does Stepin A. Smith think are exercising any “license to be unfair” and exactly who are the Black people that he believes did not “exercise a level of fairness and justice” in George Zimmerman murdering Trayvon Martin? Some boot-licking, groveling ass Black people need to have their damn teeth kicked in and somebody's size 12 or 16 or 22 up their self-hating, brown-nosing asses. Yeah, there are a lot of Black people in America [and the world over] that will throw...
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