Some of y'all kneegrows are saying this #DOVE ad is inspired my Michael Jackson’s legendary "Black & White" music video from 1992? Think again! #TheColoredMuseum #HellNo #neverforget #DoveChallenge #HistoryRepeating #TrickAnNWORDBack #MakeAmericaGreatAgain #PostRacial #BitchPlease #ChileCheese #NoLove4Dove #DONTBUYDOVE #WhiteSupremacy
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Just feeding some farm animals after shopping for pumpkins with @tanettes_expressions, @tywillphoto and @cloudnine22. How was your day? • #PostRacial #FallIsHere #atraditionunlikeanyother
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#clarifying #letsbeclear #being black #not #postracial #not #apasstowhitepeople Yes I meant I will not subscribe to the low vibration of being black in the sense that I have to work 10 times harder or I have to stay longer then my coworker is in order to prove that my work is Worthy. I will do what is necessary however I will not be in fear I will not explain who I am any longer then my coworkers and order to prove that my work is worthy. I will do what is necessary however I will not be in fear I will not explain who I am any longer just as this I am human and that's exactly what I am. My ancestors have paid the price moreover by subscribing to and feeling is if they don't have a choice but to be treated accordingly as a black person should be treated and to that I asked what exactly does someone mean about a black person should be treated a certain way because of their race. In our culture we are taught to believe a lot of these things and a lot of it starts and home and that's because they hurting people are the ones that are teaching how to cope with the Hope it's all well attention however that this point in my life is it arises that I have to address something that is obscure and super lower level I will and in the same thing I won't allow it to define mean or make me a su mail or position because of the Hugh of my skin this is was not about to happen ... Okay #anitawoodley
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if you're wondering which show you should go to, the answer is all of them. 📸 by @lvcastorres #chicago #raplife #livemusic #rap #hiphop #postracial #electrohop #FCLA #xoxo
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You have to wonder what it was like to be George Takei in a '60s *post-racial* utopian sci-fi show watching Spock being equated with Romulan combatants and mistrusted by those who had lost family to people who looked like him. Join us for episode 102 where we discuss orientalism and biracial identity in LOTR and Star Trek with very special guest, Dr Tim Steains! #sulu #georgetakei #spock #startrek #romulan #orientalism #postracial #tropewatchers #podcast
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Reposted from @jana.sante - ...'cause #DukeUniversity actually have a course titled '#MichaelJackson + #Prince & #Blackness in the #1980s' & here's what's on the menu 👉 -'Prince Rogers Nelson and Michael Joseph Jackson were born two months apart in the summer of 1958 -- three years after the landmark Brown vs. The Board of Education (Topeka, KS) and the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and five years before the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Nelson and Jackson grew up in their respective mid-western cities, in part because of the social conditions of #JimCrow segregation and industrial job opportunities in the region, that were the very inspirations for the activist moments that they were born into.  As they ascended to the peak of their professions as recording artists and entertainers in the 1980s -- alongside others such as #WhitneyHouston, #EddieMurphy, #MichaelJordan-- they were held up by an admiring multiracial public as evidence of the success of the #CivilRights Movement and the possibility of #postracial futures. But at what cost?  What was the price of Blackness? How did their ascent challenge conventional thought regarding the performance of #Blackmasculinity and American #masculinity writ-large? How was their ascendance tied to the production of Black hypervisibility -- normative to anyone born in the next generation -- and to what ends was this hypervisibility of value, and to whom -- this in the midst of Ronald Reagan’s Presidency? These and many other questions will serve as the basis for “Michael Jackson + Prince + and Blackness in the 1980s.” - ©️ Professor #MarkAnthonyNeal PhD | #DukeMJPrince - #regrann
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...'cause #DukeUniversity actually have a course titled '#MichaelJackson + #Prince & #Blackness in the #1980s' & here's what's on the menu 👉 -'Prince Rogers Nelson and Michael Joseph Jackson were born two months apart in the summer of 1958 -- three years after the landmark Brown vs. The Board of Education (Topeka, KS) and the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and five years before the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Nelson and Jackson grew up in their respective mid-western cities, in part because of the social conditions of #JimCrow segregation and industrial job opportunities in the region, that were the very inspirations for the activist moments that they were born into.  As they ascended to the peak of their professions as recording artists and entertainers in the 1980s -- alongside others such as #WhitneyHouston, #EddieMurphy, #MichaelJordan-- they were held up by an admiring multiracial public as evidence of the success of the #CivilRights Movement and the possibility of #postracial futures. But at what cost?  What was the price of Blackness? How did their ascent challenge conventional thought regarding the performance of #Blackmasculinity and American #masculinity writ-large? How was their ascendance tied to the production of Black hypervisibility -- normative to anyone born in the next generation -- and to what ends was this hypervisibility of value, and to whom -- this in the midst of Ronald Reagan’s Presidency? These and many other questions will serve as the basis for “Michael Jackson + Prince + and Blackness in the 1980s.” - ©️ Professor #MarkAnthonyNeal PhD | #DukeMJPrince
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