Monthly Archives: January 2010

Black History Month at SBPDL

The month Black people anxiously await for is nearly upon us, and February can barely contain the narration we are soon to be inundated with as Black History Month prepares for 28 days of chronicling the trials, tribulations and overcoming … Continue reading

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The Black State of the Union (SOBU)

Francis Fukuyama declared the end of the Cold War between the United States and the former Soviet Union the “end of history”. Interesting, a Cold War between the historical population of the United States of America and Black people existed … Continue reading

Posted in Black people, FUBAR, Haiti, Mein Obama, SOBU, Zod | 8 Comments

No Hope for Haiti

“Hope — it is the quintessential human delusion, simultaneously the source of your greatest strength and your greatest weakness.” This quote comes from the Architect in the film The Matrix: Reloaded, and in it we at SBPDL see a tragic … Continue reading

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#601. The New Orleans Saints Losing

Sports will always matter. People who refuse to acknowledge the power of sports in changing American minds and influencing individual perceptions lack a basic understanding of the world. Consider what Jackie Robinson did for Black people when he integrated baseball … Continue reading

Posted in Atlanta, Black people, Crime, football, Hurricane Katrina, new orleans | 22 Comments

#56. Duke Basketball

It has been stated many times that white men can’t jump. This generally accepted fact has an equally acknowledged truth that everyone knows, but few admit publicly: Black people can jump, which is punctuated by the nearly 80 percent of … Continue reading

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#341. Jersey Shore

Few shows resonate with the general public like the ones broadcast on Music Television (MTV). Consider the incredible popularity of Real World, a reality show in its 24 season that puts diverse young adults into a remarkably beautiful home and … Continue reading

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Haiti as a Real-Life District 9

Much has changed in the world since this site was launched. The God-like ability of one Mien Obama is apparently gone, and it appears his ascension to the presidency is but a Pyrrhic victory for Black people. The Haitian Earthquake … Continue reading

Posted in Black people, Detroit, District 9, Haiti, Hurricane Katrina, Mein Obama, new orleans, trash | 5 Comments