Monthly Archives: April 2014

THE COTTON CLUB SYNDROME – DONALD STERLING AND THE LEAGUE OF OWNERS

  Donald Sterling’s latest ventures in race and sociology make me not only think the guy would feel right at home in 1930’s America, but I also think he wants to capture some of that ol’ Sambo magic and recreate his … Continue reading

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SIGHT + SOUND: WABERI JORDAN – PUT IT RIGHT THERE

  We all have passion, and a few of you have more than one. It’s okay to admit it. This convo is between you, me and the viewing screen. While some passions are repressed by the cruel hand of others … Continue reading

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“ONLY DOLLARS GOT THE WEIGHT”

    My thoughts about American democracy and Freedom of Speech’s current state after the Supreme Court recently obliterated long-standing campaign donation limits can be summarized with one sentence. The more money you have, the more freedom you get. Look … Continue reading

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MLK – REMEMBERING THE KING OF LOVE

    Nina Simone’s The King of Love is Dead – song about the April 4, 1968 assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – is one of the most emotionally-stirring tunes I ever heard. Note that Nina didn’t say … Continue reading

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