Archive for January, 2013

CONCERNING DJANGO UNCHAINED: OPEN LETTER TO TARANTINO ABOUT N-WORD USAGE

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

by Attorney Roy Miller,

Dear Mr. Tarantino,

Attorney Roy Miller

First of all, I address you as Mr. and not Mrs. Knowing better; it would be disrespectful and inappropriate to do so. Words do make a difference. How we label people makes a difference. Conditioning youth to accept n-word usage is wrong… Continue reading

BLACK KIDS HAVE HEARD ENOUGH WHINING – IT’S TIME TO INSPIRE THEM TO REACH FOR THEIR POTENTIAL

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

by Eric Wattree

Eric Wattree

The sentiments expressed here, and in the linked article below, have a lot to do with my aggressive criticism of Tavis Smiley and Cornel West. They and their critics insist that anyone who objects to their behavior is merely upset because they’re criticizing Barack Obama, but when… Continue reading

Django Unchained…We Have a Truth Problem

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

by H. Lewis Smith

Though the controversial film, Django Unchained, can stand on its own merits of uniquely presenting the era of slave history, it has a common bond with other films of similar ilk in that they all conveniently sanitize a portion of slave history as it so suits White America.

One thing… Continue reading