Category Archives: Bill Cosby

#261. Dying First in Film

 There exists an unwritten rule in cinema: The Black character always dies first in the movie. Whether the film is action, drama, a love story or a psychological thriller, the Black character always dies first. In the horror genre, this … Continue reading

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#235. Playing Baseball

“If you build it, he will come,” so spoke the ghost of “Shoeless” Joe Jackson in the classic, Pre-Obama America film “Field of Dreams”. The movie showcases America’s pastime – baseball – and the deep connection the sport has with … Continue reading

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#82. Jokes at Their Expense

Black people are an extremely proud race of people. They look at each other with solidarity and have an intense structural endogamy that helps to create an intense brotherhood, which helps them traverse the polluted waters of American race relations … Continue reading

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#57. Father’s Day

Black people love holidays so much, that they have created a number of them that are only for Black people. Kwanzaa, Juneteenth Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and of course, the entire month of February, are all events and … Continue reading

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