The Manifesto of Ascendancy for the Modern American Nigger
By John Ridley
For eleven days in 2001, two blacks ran our country. It’s their example and their achievement–and not the culture of failure fomented by the leftovers of the Movement–that must set a new agenda for black Americans.
Let me tell you something [...]
So ironic, really, that this message showed up in my mailbox the same day that Michael Richards’ tirade hit the web. If there’s anyone out there who’d like to contribute to Damali’s project, please e-mail her.
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Believing that tools of self-determination lie within creative practices, The Laundromat Project will provide broad access to visual art as a tool [...]
Not that I believe art is sacrosanct and shouldn’t intersect with the marketplace or pop culture, quite the contrary, but what do Jill Greenberg’s crying babies pictures really mean when she recreates the “tears” for Gwen Stefani’s promo shoots? They look even dumber than they did the first time around.
Did I mention I hate this [...]
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