Monthly Archives: February 2011

Black History Month Heroes: Lucius Fox in "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight"

Editors note: Denzel Washington, Will Smith, and Morgan Freeman comprise the Triforce of Black power in film. Bruce Wayne: That doesn’t look like a Super Soaker… When the pinnacle of military technology invented by a Black person is the Super … Continue reading

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Stuff Black People Don’t Like Year One now available at Amazon.com

Press release for SBPDL Year One: 365 Days in Black Run America is available at SPBDL 2.0. If you have a blog, run a Web site, use Twitter, Facebook or have an e-mail list would you do the me the … Continue reading

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SBPDL Year One: 365 Days in Black Run America is available on Amazon

“Stuff Black People Don’t Like: Year One” available on Amazon Collecting the best of year one of the popular blog Stuff Black People Don’t Like, the taboo busting book explaining SBPDL can be bought on Amazon.com Denver, Colorado. February 28, … Continue reading

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Do Black people compete in Triathlons?

I’m going to start training for a Warrior Dash event in the coming week. Looking over the brochure for a similar event to the Warrior Dash (basically a team-style obstacle course that pushes ones physical and mental endurance) I was … Continue reading

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#516. Nicholas Sparks Stories

(Quick note: This one is going to be personal) In thinking about how we find ourselves in situations we never, ever would have considered possible a year ago, two years ago or five years ago, my thoughts went back to … Continue reading

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Black History Month Heroes: U.N. Jefferson in "Revenge of the Nerds"

U.N. Jefferson laying down the law in Revenge of the Nerds Popular culture (movies, magazines, television, commercials and the media) work overtime to create the enduring image of Black machismo — the idea of overwhelming Black coolness, indeed hyper-masculinity and … Continue reading

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What Started as a Joke…

I remember the day quite vividly that this site began. Today, reading about a couple of refugees from Africa who attacked a white girl in New Hampshire because she spurned their sexual invitations serves to remind us at Stuff Black … Continue reading

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