Racism And Labor: Black People Have Consistently Received the Least Amount of Compensation in the Workforce

In recognition of Labor Day, I talk about the connection between racism and labor on this episode.

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Barbershop Short: Racism and Health

I focus on racism in health on this episode. Many of the treatments and medicines that enhance our quality of life in modern times came at a cost too often paid by the unlawful violation, abuse, and torture of our ancestors’ bodies.

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Barbershop Short: Racism and Entertainment Part I

I focus on racism in the film industry on this episode. If you have never thought seriously about how those who look like you are portrayed in film, now is the time to do so because I guarantee that these portrayals have a profound impact on you.

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Barbershop Short: The Malice at the Police and Negative Black Imagery in the Media

My wife and I finally sat down and watched the Netflix documentary “Malice at the Palace,” and it was definitely worth seeing.  It’s always great seeing Black men kick the shit out of belligerent trashy flag-loving Whites.

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Iowa Woman Who Ran Down 2 Children of Color with Car Gets 25 Years in Prison for Racist Attacks

Nicole Poole Franklin, 43, pleaded guilty to two federal counts of violating the U.S. Hate Crime Act and two state counts of attempted murder.

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