Inescapable mulatto nature of American culture

Submitted via Twitter: @zerode San Francisco, CA A quote from jazz critic Albert Murray. More about Albert Murray: Taken from Albert Murray, an African American novelist, jazz critic, professor, and essayist, was born in Nokomis, Alabama on May 12, 1916. His birth parents were Sudie Graham and John Young but he was adopted by […]


My mixed kids have it differently

George Washington III. Submitted via Twitter:  @GWIII #theracecardproject George’s story was featured in NPR’s Morning Edition. Listen here,


Ralph Ellison would not laugh, Clint.

Submitted via Twitter: ‏@Only4RM The more I think about the “invisible” Obama, the more I think back on Ellison’s message.  Powerful. EXCERPT FROM RALPH ELLISON’S INVISIBLE MAN “I am an invisible man. No, I am not a spook like those who haunted Edgar Allan Poe; nor am I one of your Hollywood-movie ectoplasms. I am […]

We aren’t all strong black women.

Submitted via Twitter: @CelesteAurora It’s more than a stereotype…almost an expectation (from all races) that “strong” is what black women should be. Has “strong” become a euphemism for “it doesn’t matter how we treat them because they’ll survive”?