Barbershop Short: The Attempted Canceling of Dave Chappelle

White people are trying to cancel Dave Chappelle. They are doing so under the banner of gender identity, but it’s just White people being their usual selves.

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Barbershop Short: Stop Making it Easy for White People to Continue Practicing Racism!!!

I ran across an article online about Tony Dungy being the NFL’s “go to” guy whenever any kind of race issue comes up. These White corporations like to use their associations with Black people to give the appearance that they are doing what they can to combat racism.

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Barbershop Short: Do Black Women Benefit from Birthing Black Males? WTF! Is this Serious???

This was the topic on YouTube personality Cynthia G’s latest broadcast. The fact that a person with melanin would suggest anything like this is sickening, and also highlights why we as a people continue to be dominated by everyone else in all areas of human activity.

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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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