Browsing All posts tagged under »black«

Times Might Be Hard Now, But … A Change Is Coming?

July 3, 2015 by


Of course many terrible incidents of terror have occurred within this year that are full of hatred e.g Charlie Hebdo shooting, Charleston shooting, white cops killing unarmed black men, the Tunisia shooting and many more. It just makes you feel like the news is getting more depressing than ever. That we all hate each other’s […]

Black man beaten to death by Dutch police for “making joke”

June 30, 2015 by


Dutch tolerance, has, for decades, been the stuff of legend, but sadly that legend is rapidly fading away. Anti-Semitic, racist and homophobic sounds have taken the place of the united, loving, “All You Need is Love” attitude the Netherlands was known for. The latest, sadly fatal, victim of this is a 42-year-old Aruban man called […]

‘I’m black, so I’m guessing I die first’ What Hollywood tells us about race

June 8, 2015 by


New writer Kahmal Sealey talks about race in Hollywood movies “Racism.” Let’s start with what it means. Racism- “prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one’s own race is superior”. In the unjust and immoral times of slavery, racism was overt; meaning that blacks were directly […]

Black women get killed too – The war on Black women

August 16, 2014 by


(For Thy For the last week or so I’ve been following the reports on the riots after the Michael Brown shooting. This is horrible, I cannot imagine his families grief. The response has been phenomenal: I think it is a good thing that the black community is coming together in protest once again – […]

Remembering Martin Luther King and The March on Washington – video tribute

August 28, 2013 by


A video tribute to remember the legendary March on Washington and Martin Luther King.

Video: South African Jewish business leaders building ties with local black business community

August 7, 2013 by


British TV drama makes black viewers wonder why they pay their TV licence

July 25, 2013 by


David Harewood, a Birmingham-born actor who stars in US drama Homeland, said mature authority figures were still rarely played by black actors on television, despite the diverse make-up of the UK.


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