Race-ing Toward Nicea part 2: Constantine, DuBois, & Lynching

                                                                                                                                    Whither, Eusebius of Caesarea?

For part one see: Race-ing Towards Nicea part 1: The Incarnation

I am continuing to wrestle with Peter Leithart’s Defending Constantine: The Twilight of an Empire and the Dawn of Christendom. Simultaneously I am working through James Cone’s The Cross and the Lynching Tree and today I would like to present a potential inter-textual reading of both works.

In Defending Constantine (Chapter 10 “Justice For All”), Peter Leithart goes through the nitty gritty details of Constantine’s views on justice as well as his executive decisions when it came creating laws. Among some of his peculiarities was Constantine’s contention, much like Liberation Theology, that justice must be served to the oppressed. In those days, the Roman court system was oppressive and heavily biased towards the rich and powerful. Some of Constantine’s laws worked against this. In addition, Constantine outlawed crucifixions. The theological imagination for the secular philosopher/emperor Constantine was attracted to Christianity, and in that move, ended a murderous practice. However, Constantine still kept capital punishment itself around; Leithart just notes that Constantine just found more “creative” ways of executing criminals.

Torture and gory body-policing activities sponsored by the state such as the cutting off of thieves’ hands were acceptable Constantinian practices. Back then, these were social norms. It was expected that Constantine not to be able to transcend his cultural milieu. Like the Christian realists of the mid-20th century and even today, Constantine achieved what they would consider a “proximate justice.” The death penalty was such the norm back then that Constantine joked with Arius that the Emperor considered Arius and his fellow dissidents to be “gallows rogues,” or persons who found ways, time and again from being hung from the gallows ala Mordecai in the Book of Esther.

One interesting move that Leithart makes (as part of his larger Dominionist agenda in looking at the theological & social conservativism of the Global South) is to point out the African context from which the Donatist and Arian cotnroversies arose. In both instances, Christian bishops INVITED Emperor Constantine to help resolve these disputes. In the case of the Donatists, property rights were at stake. Radical Libyan Christians who took an uncompromising stance against bishops and laity who gave in to Roman persecution by denying Jesus as their Savior to save their own hides. The conflicts were so intense that Donatists were sometimes murdered for their beliefs. Appealing to political powers that be (an outside third-party) seemed to be the realistic approach to these issues.

James Cone’s The Cross And The Lynching Tree is written at the intersections of atonement theory, theodicy, and the struggle against White Supremacy. As Cone is making his argument in favor of USian Christians looking at the Cross through the history of the lynching tree, he notes that it was poets and artists during the Harlem Renaissance that first made the connection. Jim and Jane Crow was institutional, legal white supremacy maintained by placing black bodies on the gallows. One such writer, novelist and Christian scholar was W.E.B. DuBois DuBois’ Christian anti-racist imagination enabled him to use theological imagery to work to dismantle White Supremacy. Lacing his Christian prayers with appeals to the Prince of Peace, commenting on the race riots started by White Supremacists by referring to the book of Psalms, DuBois lived as an example of liberating Christian orthopraxis.

A few years ago in seminary, a group of African American students (including myself) protested against the injustices done to the Jena Six. The Jena Six situation was a high school fight started because someone hung a noose around the tree where the white kids usually sit. Under the murderous threat from the history of imperialist, racist KKKristianity which includes Emperor Constantine who himself had threatened an African man (as a joke) with lynching, the black high schoolers had little choice but to STAND THEIR GROUND.

No one can do an honest assessment of the Nicene-Chalcedon tradition without acknowledging its enforcement through, at minimum, the threat of violence (i.e., the anathemas and damnations and exiles etc.).  However, the Nicene-Chalcedonian formulas are not beyond the liberating grasp of the Holy Spirit.  In fact, Nicea & Chalcedon & the Apostles’ Creeds are are important to the extent that they remind  us Gentile Christians of our metanarrative that we find in Scripture, and that our stories are not our own, and that THE story is not about us. Tradition (with a capitol T) ideally should be used to keep our nationalistic desires in check, but when it fails to do so, history and Scripture witnesses to the fact that God uses outsiders, the rejects to prophesy deliverance to the Body of Christ.

No one represents this moreso than the the U.S. American prophet W.E.B. DuBois.  Living in the 20th century context where white Christians could recite the Creeds by rote memory, and then in the very next breathe, call a black person n*gger before lynching her, W.E.B. Dubois embodied Nicene-Chalcedonian orthopraxis as a testimony to Jesus Christ Our LORD and Liberator. In his essay, “The Gospel According To Mary Brown,” Dubois writes the Gospel narratives for his time, with a mulatto man portraying Jesus. Joshua is lynched because of his message of peace and anti-White Supremacy. As his mother Mary is found weeping, Joshua appeared to her, with his hair shining, white clothes (biblical language for holiness of the martyrs), “for his voice was the Voice of God.” When Mary asked where did Joshua go, Joshua tells her, “I was crucified, dead, and buried. I descended into Hell. On the third day, I rose from the dead. I ascended into Heaven and sit on the right hand of my Father, from whence I shall come to judge the Quick and the Dead.”

In an earlier post, I was mistaken to suggest that Constantine and Athanasius represent two different kinds of Christianity. It would be better for me to have said that Eusebius of Caesarea and the bishops and presbyters that made room for the devil by inviting Constantine to the table represent the imperial version of Christianity, the one where the nation-states’ story matters more than the Resurrection itself.

Eusebius and Athanasius represent two types of Christianity that we all have to struggle with. Eusebius and the Christian empire/dominionist tradition that Leithart favors is obsessed maintaining power over others (coercion, violence, war, white supremacy, lynching). The Nicene-Chalcedonian orthopraxis of Clement & Athansius of Alexandria and W.E.B DuBois offers a different way of being & doing in the world, that of living on the margins of exile, and pointing to the Logos as our Teacher & Prince of peace.

Other posts of interests:

Nestorianism Returns: Tea Party Politics vs Hypostatic Unity

Book Review: W.E.B. DuBois: American Prophet

Emperor Constantine and the Conservative Case for Reparations

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African children are not your pawns: World Vision and Evangelical Imperialism

Can World Vision save Starvin Marvin?

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Post-Evangelicalism, White Saviorism, and PA$$ING FOR WHITE [EVANGELICAL]

I’ve noticed somewhat of a trend that’s pretty problematic that I wanted to draw out. You can call this my official response to the World Vision / White Evangelicalism drama that went on last week.  At the center of the storm, there lied a Christian charity organization that decided to, then reversed on the decision, to hire Christians from denominations that affirmed same sex marriages.  The narrative goes: on one side, there’s the conservative evangelical wing and their Calvinist Popes who farewelled WV and on the other side, there’s the evangelicals who were lead to believe that evangelicalism was a Big Tent camp filled with Progressives, Emergents, and Missional folks. Both sides (in their blog posts), were more than eager to press this story as one where we had to “save the children.”  At no one point were the problematic practices of World Vision, its advancement of White Saviorism  through its advertisements or its questionable method of “child-sponsorships” (but not really child-sponsorships) ever put under scrutiny.  In fact, White conservative evangelical bloggers and post-evangelical bloggers did not hesitate to add numerous images of brown-skinned children (probably with disabilities as well) in their blog posts.  BECAUSE YOU KNOW, THIS DEBATE WAS ALL ABOUT THEM. UM HUMMM!

If I may wax Propaganda in “Precious Puritans,” it reeks of privilege, wouldn’t you agree? In reality, the money for the sponsorships do not go to the child directly, but to the community where they live (indirectly). The promise of these sponsorships not only promise meeting the material needs of children overseas, but also to ensure that these kids get to learn American Standard English.  Isn’t that just wonderful? We can do charity so that we can shape you in our own image! Nope. Not imperialist at all.

African and other nations populated by darker skinned people are represented time and again as the passive recipients of white benevolence.  This “help” however, is just a re-hashing of old Western-style colonialism brought to those countries by missionaries. Instead of Soviet and capitalist governments directly influencing the futures of these places, what is happening instead is that corporations such as SHELL, which will work as “monitors” for these “developing” communities, to aid in things like guiding “the communities is setting priorities” [robbing agency and human dignity from people of Color a national past-time!].  The problem with representing wholesale countries as “Needy Others” by discussing poverty outside of history (that is, remaining silent on the various political histories, economics, and regional trends) objectifies these children as Things. This is one of the primary reasons why White Evangelicals as well White Emergent / Postevangelical/ Nuanced Missional Christians were able to make flesh and blood children pawns for their White National culture wars.

After all the declarations of “I’m done with Evangelicalism” and aspiring hopes for renewal  and quotes about following Jesus and not the Church of the Pharisees [oh, that bit is problematic too, taking the Pharisees out of history, and yeah, that anti-Semitism thing]. Honestly, I always get a little squeamish when even the most progressive and high-minded Christians compare their opponents to the Pharisees because of the history of CHRISTIAN anti-Semitism we believers are guilty of. And you know what Fanon said, behind anti-Semitism, there’s anti-Black racism right around the corner.

It’s interesting how cabals of White Evangelical and Post-evangelical bloggers can arrogantly think that they have the future of Christianity in their hands.  And let’s not kid ourselves with Emergent/Emergence Christianity,etc.; the same people who appropriate the language of “liberation” from Christians of color are the same exact folks who talk about “civility” and “objectivity” as means of silencing most notably Women of Color. Evangelicalism has a bad history when it comes to race relations. Heck, all of Christianity does.  Social Justice critiques from within contemporary Evangelicalism did not start with Brian McLaren and Rob Bell; it started with the work of people like John Perkins and Tom Skinner. Unfortunately in White Evangelical institutions, John Perkins and the Christian Community Development Association were denounced as “liberals” because they dare suggest that White ministers could not properly do urban ministry unless they were discipled by persons who came from urban populations. THE NERVE! THE AUDACITY!

So here we are, rather than exploring and listening the ACTUAL over-looked party of Evangelicalism (Evangelicals who are racial minorities), we have a group of now (I guess?) former evangelicals who use their privilege to rejecting the label of Evangelical.  While there are others who can articulate this idea better than I (I got this idea from a book club meeting this week), Evangelicalism comes not only as a theology but also a history and a culture.  The history of evangelicalism in the North American context is a tale of both the social justice minded-abolitionists and the slave-holding Confederates.  Not wanting to be implicated in the social sins of the latter, many Emergent / Post-Evangelical Christians tend to focus on the former, while well, for the most part, many Conservative Evangelicals continue to glorify the problematic history uncritically.  Evangelical culture in general comes with an accomodationist approach to laizze-faire economics where every brand and marketing trend just needs a little Jesus sprinkled on it.  This is also leads to evangelical culture making charity the norm rather than solidarity

 It seems a little suspicious to me that on one hand, a number Post-Evangelicals want to keep the evangelical label, to retain the brand, the capitalist success, and access to higher social positions that it comes with, but on the other, now want to simply leave it when its convenient. In the United States of America context, in which a watered-down Protestantism turned deism has basically been the civil religion, White Evangelicalism means that a Protestantism that’s above other Protestantisms (this includes mainline churches, historically black churches, Chinese, Korean and other Protestant bodies worldwide).  These other communities are only found acceptable if they believe like, worship like, and vote like White Evangelicals.  Rather than take responsibility for their own history, the blogging bishophoric is now leading the way into a new kind of evangelical hegemony.  Indeed it would seem that the label of post-evangelical / emergent was nothing more than a way for Generation X’ers and Millenials to pa$$ as white [evangelicals], profiting while persuading others to join them on their journey into mainline Protestantism.

So what do you think? Are African, Indian, South American children being used as pawns in the White Culture Wars?

 

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In The Mail: Beyond Ontological Blackness

The other day, I received in the mail Victor Anderson’s Beyond Ontological Blackness: An Essay in African American Religious and Cultural Criticism. I spent most of my afternoon today re-reading this text, and I realized how influential this text has been for me. I plan to share my thoughts on this work in the near future.

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Dispatches from Campus Ministries: White evangelicalism and Minstrelsy

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^ Hot off the presses of Blue Ridge Cru Assembly everyone!

That’s right, this episode of incredibly problematic PWI Christian campus ministries features a topic that is on the heart of many mainly white females that compose the group – RELATIONSHIPS! I won’t go into detail how ridiculous it is that many of them have this “genie-in-a-bottle” theology of God just granting them their prince charming in mind to be happily ever after. Suffice it to say that for many, it’s like a full time job.

The issue I am pointing out the way that this video I posted is being used. I have a feeling that my own campus ministry isn’t the only instance. This video is deeply disturbing to me because it’s so representative of what white evangelical ,complimentarian, neo-reformed folks tend to say about the matter. It’s as if the message is sanitized, universalized, etc. because they’re using a black man dressed in urban clothing with rhythmic speech patterns to relay the message. It’s their way at saying ” see? Even he’s saying it, so it’s not just for old white folks!”
What this man says is no different than what the likes of John Piper or David Plat would say – matter of fact, if I dug deep enough, I wouldn’t be surprised if I found that he got his “inspiration” from them. In my four years being involved in Cru ministry ( to a much lesser extent now, though), I can attest that this has been the biggest issue I’ve had. I can’t tell how many times I’ve walked into the Cru large group to be greeted by Lecrae or Trip Lee. The use of black bodies to relay a message for the sake of making neo-reformed white-saturated theology seem more accessible. Black guys ( and it’s really only been men- and why is THAT!?) can be reformed rappers making “holy hip-hop” and make these cute little videos about pursuing a girl , but we rarely see these same black men as the brains behind the theology. They’re used… much like in black face. They’re confined to that role, while white male neo-calvinists theologians cook up the concepts. Essentially: 

Black lingo is harmless but black thoughts.contributions to theology ..let’s leave that to white men.

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Just Arrived in the Mail from @IVPress: Birmingham Revolution by Ed Gilbreathe

Who Is Our Neighbor?

The kind folks from Intervarsity Press have sent me a review copy of Ed Gilbreathe’s Birmingham Revolution: Martin Luther King Jr.’s Epic Challenge to the Church. I look forward to reading and reviewing this book. I did enjoy Gilbreathe’s Reconciliation Blues.

Take a look at a video from IVP On Vimeo: here

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Why #Brony?: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: A Few Thoughts #MLPFIM

The Gospel of [cutie] Mark

I had decided to take a brief break from my series on White Supremacy (I still have 2 posts left) because I needed a breather. I needed an escape, but most of the shows on my DVR were just going to make me mad. I had also given up on South Park after a very troubling episode (I have my limits). So, I also needed a politically-conscious cartoon to fill the void left by Aaron McGruder‘s The Boondocks. So, two weeks ago, I began watching My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. I had heard a lot of things: Bronies are the worst. Bronies aren’t real mean, this show is made for girls! After a few episodes, like the 3 or 4 that it took to get out of my comfort zone, I started to realize that I liked the show, and then, the 9th episode hit me like a truck. In Season 1 episode 9: “Bridle Gossip,” the ponies are hiding from a new (zebra) pony in town, Zecora. She comes from a strange culture, she dresses and looks funny. At the same time, the ponies are searching for a cure for themselves, because they believe this stranger has cursed them, and has everyone acting weird. Our protagonist for the show, the bookish Twilight Sparkle finds a book that may have the spells to cure her and her friends, but she dismisses it. In the end, Zecora uses that same book to help the ponies who weren’t cursed, but who had touched the leaves of “poison joke.” The lesson for this episode: don’t judge a book by its cover. Very rarely do we have live action shows have coherent, subversive discussions about race; it was a delightful surprise that in its first season, My Little Pony at the minimum had TWO such episodes.

The other episode I am referring to is Season 1 episode 21: “Over A Barrel,” about the group of earth [settler] ponies called the Apple-losons, who settle in the frontier and plant appletrees everywhere. When the workhorse pony AppleJack has deliver one such apple tree to her family members by train, the train is robbed by a herd of buffalo. It turns out the land belonged to the buffalo first. To lessen the hostility between the frontiersponies and the buffaloes, the fun-loving Pinky Pie plays a song about sharing and caring, which, of course, gets dismissed as the worst performance ever. In the end, the buffalo agree to share the land with the Apple-losons on the condition that the ponies share their apples with the buffalo, and there are roads that are paved for the buffalo to roam. Twilight Sparkle complained throughout the episode that no one was being reasonable (which I have a few questions about). Why should the First Nations, I mean Buffaloes, be made to be “reasonable” by the Colonizers, I mean settler Ponies’ standards. Do not the Buffalo have a reasonable right to be angry in the first place if they are being robbed? Is not just compensation based on the victims’ terms (the ending) the right thing to do to begin with? Rather than sugarcoat white settler histories in North America, My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, just like Buffy The Vampire Slayer‘s season 4 episode, “Pangs,” has managed to problematize the aforementioned narratives.

On TumBlr, I briefly compared My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic to Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I believe I have only scratched the surface, and outside the feudal politics of Princess Celestia, I believe that MLP:FIM can be used as a tool to teach kids of all ages that Solidarity Is Magic!*

*I am indebted to Jason D. on facebook for the “Solidarity Is Magic” quote

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@PBS ‘s #WonderWomen: White Feminist Superheroines And Invisible Women Of Color

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Tonight, I watched PBS’s Independent Lens’ episode entitled, Wonder Women: The Untold Story of American Superheroines. To be honest, this documentary played out unfortunately like a piece of white feminist triumphalism, when it really did not have to. My favorite comic writer Gail Simone said at the conclusion of that Wonder Woman was a feminist symbol of hope and inclusion. The vision for the future promoted by this text, however, was one of racial exclusion and classist & ableist propaganda. Wonder Women was not a documentary geared towards ALL American women, but specific white American women with middle & upper class privilege.

Let’s go through the U.S. American history lesson we were given, shall we? Wonder Woman was the comic book version of Rosie the Riveter during World War II, and afterwards, her and Lois Lane were depicted as less ambitious. So basically, white women were told to take care of homes! Okay, but this WAS NOT THE EXPERIENCE OF ALL WOMEN! No, this documentary spoke to the white side of segregationist economics and white women’s experience, but when it comes to blacks, perhaps those women who were HAD NO CHOICE but to work (because choice is a luxury, based on class, don’t forget that), Wonder Women could not address this issue.

Moving on, let’s read about the Women superheroes who inspired the women’s rights movement in the 60s and 70s. Big surprise: All white, all without disability, and with class privilege. Yeah, a picture of Storm from Marvel’s X-Men was put up as a token. Yeah, they talked about Nubia as “Wonder Woman’s sistah counterpart” but that was false. Any google search will show you that Nubia was a villain, and has since the 70s, fallen off the face of the DC universe. What an inspiration!

Wonder Woman. Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Xena the Warrior Princess. All able-bodied. All white women written by white men. At the conclusion of Wonder Women,the documentary shameless did a highlight reel of famous American women, and showcased WOC such as Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor, Rosa Parks, and others. It’s funny that this played out sort of like Season 7 of white feminist legend Buffy, where the show all of a sudden becomes more culturally diverse, as if the first six seasons & it’s First World Western feminist vision didn’t happen!

In Buffy, a number of POC scholars have taken issue with portrayals of racial minorities in the BuffyVerse, and DC Comics (as much as I’m a New 52 fanboy), continues to have more problems than Marvel (but atleast DC doesnt have the Doctor Voodoo problem– you can look that up). Works of fantasy, myths are always social and political. Pop cultural exclusion leads to perpetual political exclusion, and that’s what we continue to see, esp when it comes to voting rights, access to public education, and the prison-industrial complex.

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Joel, It’d Behoove Us To Stop Seeing Jesus As White! #TheBible @History

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“It’s not an accident that the Jesus in this History Channel special is white and speaks with a fine British accent. After all, it’s not like there aren’t plenty of actors of MIddle Eastern descent available to play these roles. That was a decision made by the producers of this program because they need ratings, they need to sell ad space, and the best way to do that is to portray Jesus, and all the other BIble heroes, in a way that is comfortable for the audience.”

[....]

“Without having visited your church, I feel pretty safe in assuming that if your church is located in the United States (or the West in general) and your congregation is predominately white, then all the images of Jesus that occupy your church are also white.

This may not be the sort of overt racism of the KKK. Obviously it’s not. But it’s still racism. It’s racism domesticated, racism coated in a veneer of pseudo-innonence and naiveté.”- Zach Hunt, The American Jesus, “Everybody in the Bible was White?”

Now, Joel suggested that it would behoove us critics to not criticize this the Nazi Helmet Channel’s latest contribution to American Civil Religion (at least until we have seen it)*. This is not about the academics involved, Joel, this has nothing to do with them. This has to do with the cultural production of Jesus as a white man over and over again, and the historical figures in the Bible as White white white. If these people are all seen as white, God is and will always be viewed as white. And when God is persistently seen as one the side of the victors of history, then God endorses oppression, and I am not down with that. Sorry, and neither is Jesus! Because Jesus was Jewish, his ancestors were Jewish, they lived in the Ancient Near East (east to where?), but white privelege and supremacy would have us to forget this.

“Some may ask what the point of all this is, though frankly, it ought to be obvious. So long as our culture pictures Adam, Eve, Moses, Jesus, Mary, the Apostles, and even God “himself” as fair-skinned, despite the obvious preposterousness of such representations, we will continue to plant the seeds of racial supremacy in the hearts and minds of millions. After all, to believe that divinity is white like you leads one to easily assume that others are somehow less complete, less than human. If God supposedly made man in his image, and God is always portrayed as a bearded white guy (kinda like Santa without the suit), how big a leap is it — especially for children whose introduction to religion is always nine-tenths forced propaganda anyway — to assume that persons of color are somehow not full and equal “children of God?”- Tim Wise

For more on the history of white Jesus and U.S. American racism, I would suggest my book review of The Color of Christ by Paul Harvey and Edward J Blum.

*This phrase has been editted to more accurately reflect the post linked.

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#WhiteHistoryClasses: Suggestions For An Alternative to Black History Month #BHM

So, this is how I feel every year in February:

With the news this week of schools in a “progressive” state like New York using the bodies of dead slaves for math problems, it seemed only fitting that White History Classes trended on Twitter this week. Course names were inspired by real conversations that people have, because, who hasn’t heard the, “But when do we celebrate White History Month?” My favorite answer is, “I have no idea. Why don’t we blame Ronald Reagan!”

Humorist Tracy Clayton storified some of the best of the trend, but I also wanted to share many others in the following slide:

#WhiteHistoryClasses

A Look At Suggested Courses to Take a counter Black History Month! #Snark

Storified by WorldsFinestBlerd· Sat, Feb 23 2013 00:14:23

‘But You Don’t Act Black': A Critical Look At Racial Stereotypes #whitehistoryclassesMixed Girl (Problem)
check out the storify of some of the best #whitehistoryclasses tweets (that i saw) here at @PostBourgie.com! http://www.postbourgie.com/2013/02/21/white-history-classes/Brokey McPoverty
Mad About Black History Month? Take Some #WhiteHistoryClasses http://bit.ly/XC34jTColorlines.com
RT @CNRush: If We Didn’t Record It, It Simply Wasn’t True: They Didn’t Exist Before Slavery. #WhiteHistoryClassesDennis R. Hidalgo
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Remember the Alamo, but Forget Slavery Already: Your Guide to Selective Cultural Amnesia #whitehistoryclassesDennis R. Hidalgo
RT @lesellele: "I don’t see color": A 2 day seminar on how to perpetuate racial disparities by ignoring them. #whitehistoryclassesYarehk Hernandez
RT @haeleenolan: So Christopher Columbus discovered America.. #whitehistoryclasses @Native_ProblemsBreanne Sloan
RT @blunted215: No One In My Family Owned Slaves: How To Totally Win Arguments With Black People #whitehistoryclassesYarehk Hernandez
RT @_praxis_: Irony: conquering the world for spices and not seasoning our food #whitehistoryclassesYarehk Hernandez
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesYarehk Hernandez
RT @historianess: RT @Soccerpolitics: The Haitian Revolution was very, very violent. Slavery? Just an economic system. #whitehistoryclassesYarehk Hernandez
RT @mixdgrlproblems: ‘But You Don’t Act Black': A Critical Look At Racial Stereotypes #whitehistoryclassesYarehk Hernandez
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesRachael Williams
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesRachael Williams
RT @MaryamSaghir: I’ve seen this before and it’s STILL #Powerful! #Racism #ReverseRacismBS #whitehistoryclasses http://pic.twitter.com/bHeYbD03F3Erica Clark
What’s In a Name?: How To Mock President Obama Without Saying "Because He’s Not Whhiiitteeee." #whitehistoryclassesP-Rae Brown
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesSanchita M.
RT @actualblahgirl: Illegal Immigrants telling other immigrants to get out of their country 101 #whitehistoryclassess
RT @actualblahgirl: Befriending enough POC to make you not racist #whitehistoryclassess
RT @actualblahgirl: Using blackface for "comedic" reasons #whitehistoryclassess
RT @actualblahgirl: I’m not racist!!!! I fucked a black dude! #whitehistoryclassess
RT @actualblahgirl: How to exclude POC from the media and make piss poor excuses for it 101 with Professor Lena Dunham #whitehistoryclassess
Damn! I’m on a roll with this #WhiteHistoryClasses LOLBrotha Wolf
How Mainstream Gangster Rap and Hip-Hop Accurately Portrays Black Culture #WhiteHistoryClassesBrotha Wolf
Ways To Turn White Killers, Thieves and Robbers Into Urban Legends and Heroes #WhiteHistoryClassesBrotha Wolf
Reading #WhiteHistoryClasses and laughing and crying at the same time/cuz at the center of these jokes is the reality of our lives.Kaye Wise Whitehead
How Violent Black Crime Is Much Worse Than (So Called) White Systemic Racism #WhiteHistoryClassesBrotha Wolf
Ways To Sanitize White Crime and Overexpose and Demonize Black Crime in News Media #whitehistoryclassesBrotha Wolf
How To Cheer For White People In Mass Media #WhiteHistoryClassesBrotha Wolf
RT @EBONYMag: "Racism in Journalism 101: Where’s My Ivory Magazine?" #whitehistoryclassesM Poe
How Protesting Against Racist Stereotypes Is Wrong To White People #WhiteHistoryClassesBrotha Wolf
RT @BrothaJamesWolf: How Whitewashing History Is Vital To the Self-Esteem of the White Race #WhiteHistoryClassesElle Brown
How Whitewashing History Is Vital To the Self-Esteem of the White Race #WhiteHistoryClassesBrotha Wolf
RT @mixdgrlproblems: ‘My Great Great Grandmother Was Cherokee Too I Think': How To Learn To Shut The Fuck Up #whitehistoryclassesMarch7thh.❤
RT @wanda_lotus: OMG, #whitehistoryclasses is still going strong! LMAO!Elle Brown
Head Ties and Bronchitis: Exploring Why "Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That" #whitehistoryclassesMiss Educated
@EBONYMag "Racism in Journalism 101: Where’s My Ivory Magazine?" #whitehistoryclasses OR I created Girls and I didn’t see myself in PreciousQWOCMAP SF
RT @EBONYMag: "Racism in Journalism 101: Where’s My Ivory Magazine?" #whitehistoryclassesQWOCMAP SF
"Yo Means Yo": The Black Dialectic #whitehistoryclassesMiss Educated
"Not Bad Meaning Bad, But Bad Meaning Good": Introductory Ebonics #whitehistoryclassesMiss Educated
#whitehistoryclasses …So sorry we ruin your good times http://nblo.gs/IAsU0Ankhesen Mié
Mexicans are immigrants but White people are the rightful citizens of the United States: A Revisonist History #whitehistoryclassesPhoenix A. Singer
RT @Lelaslounge: #whitehistoryclasses http://pic.twitter.com/iyRsbREfejJuan-Pierre Kelly
Can I Touch Your Hair: How to Make Someone the "Other" by feigning ignorance#whitehistoryclassesT
OMG, #whitehistoryclasses is still going strong! LMAO!Wanda Lotus
RT @mr_wrightaway: Finder’s Keepers: How to Discover Things That Have Already Been Found. #whitehistoryclassesEric
RT @active_neurons: "Get A Job.": How To Ignore Historical Economic Oppression and Blame Black People 101. #whitehistoryclassesProgress…
RT @marshonica: #whitehistoryclasses "Deciphering Black Children’s Names" – taught by Prof. Barry WczipopdczowiczSasha Reed
Standing Their Ground: Defending the 2nd Amendment in Post-Racial America #WhiteHistoryClassesEric
Statistically Speaking White People Outperform Minorities in Tests: How to ignore socio-economic factors #WhiteHistoryClassesMatthieu Leach
Retweet This To Save A Life: How to feel good about doing nothing. #WhiteHistoryClassesMatthieu Leach
RT @Ladidahdi: LMAO RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesElle Brown
RT @TheAyannaShow: RT @Lelaslounge: #whitehistoryclasses http://pic.twitter.com/5540yNm3UNGator Jay
You Sound White: Ways to show that cultural assimilation is the only way to intelligence #WhiteHistoryClassesMatthieu Leach
#whitehistoryclasses http://instagr.am/p/WDhCLDMZh6/Dr. Khadija Jones
States Rights: Ways to support the Confederacy in the Civil War #WhiteHistoryClassesMatthieu Leach
RT @dopegirlfresh: Reverse Racism: A Guide to Crying Your Way Through Privilege #whitehistoryclassesGabrielle Fuqua
#whitehistoryclasses went in lmaoMatthieu Leach
"Diversity" means getting everyone to assimilate to white culture and accept white values. We can dye your skin later. #whitehistoryclassesWyatt Andrews
RT @marshonica: #whitehistoryclasses "Deciphering Black Children’s Names" – taught by Prof. Barry WczipopdczowiczPlenty Cone
RT @Viva_La_Vadge: Seeking Shaniqua: Finding Black Friends to Namedrop When Accused of Racism #WhiteHistoryClassesElle Brown
RT @fluttersnipe: Better military technology means moral superiority #WhiteHistoryClassesklysha
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesElle Brown
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesLoyal Sage
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesklysha
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesLoyal Sage
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesklysha
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesAbby
RT @mr_wrightaway: Finder’s Keepers: How to Discover Things That Have Already Been Found. #whitehistoryclassesLesbian Brooklynite
#whitehistoryclasses RT @fujichia: the pic on Grinding_(dance) is incredible- bravo wikipedia hive mind https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grinding_(dance)Slice Harvester
RT @PoeticAntics: You’re Not Like Most Black People: The art of racist backhanded compliments #whitehistoryclassesSharita
RT @Viva_La_Vadge: Seeking Shaniqua: Finding Black Friends to Namedrop When Accused of Racism #WhiteHistoryClassesKenisha SoulRebel
RT @tnwhiskeywoman: What’s up, Girrrrrlfriend?: How to Connect With Your Black Female Coworkers #whitehistoryclassesLesbian Brooklynite
RT @mr_wrightaway: Finder’s Keepers: How to Discover Things That Have Already Been Found. #whitehistoryclassesKenisha SoulRebel
RT @tnwhiskeywoman: What’s up, Girrrrrlfriend?: How to Connect With Your Black Female Coworkers #whitehistoryclassesKenisha SoulRebel
RT @OfficialAsshole: Amber Alert: The entire country is looking for you but only if you have blonde hair and blue eyes #whitehistoryclassesThe Lesbian Devil
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Drug Dealer Buys Jordans, Crackhead Buys Crack: How to Get Paid Off of All of That #whitehistoryclassesKenisha SoulRebel
RT @ActuallyAmDolan: #whitehistoryclasses abrehme lincnln waz accualy dolanMUND
Lincoln Freed the slaves: Justification being a Republican #whitehistoryclassesChuck Cross
Better military technology means moral superiority #WhiteHistoryClassesKayla
Exposing the Savage: Proving Your Superior Civility By Committing Heinous, Barbaric, and Inhuman Acts #whitehistoryclassesDa Al
RT @inomallday: I’m Not Talking About You, You’re Different: How to Identify and Befriend the Acceptable Negro #whitehistoryclassesAndre St.Christopher
White Is Superior: A Racist Guide To Being Racist and Proud #WhiteHistoryClassesBrotha Wolf
RT @ashe_phoenix: White Privilege: Act Like the Exception, Benefit from the Rule #whitehistoryclassesAndre St.Christopher
RT @brokeymcpoverty: But Africans Owned Slaves Too: A Critical Look at the Rhetoric of Deflection #whitehistoryclassesAndre St.Christopher
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Remember the Alamo, but Forget Slavery Already: Your Guide to Selective Cultural Amnesia #whitehistoryclassesMarie
RT @ileanoneileen: The High-Five Handshake: How to Connect with African-Americans in Business #whitehistoryclassesAndre St.Christopher
RT @MaybachMagazine: “@katiehegs: My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclasses” lmaoooooo..smhAndre St.Christopher
Lol ok! RT @kewl_briize: I neeeeeed @MasterTeacher3 @Suga_Foot7 @vipie913 @EveFromGenesis to read these #whitehistoryclasses tweets. #deadCypress
RT @KingO_Dellia: OMG I CAN’T BREATHE! #HILARIOUS — Mad About Black History Month? Take Some #WhiteHistoryClasses http://soc.li/W5hIEiYDragn. ya digg.
RT @PoeticAntics: You’re Not Like Most Black People: The art of racist backhanded compliments #whitehistoryclassesAndre St.Christopher
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Drug Dealer Buys Jordans, Crackhead Buys Crack: How to Get Paid Off of All of That #whitehistoryclassesAndre St.Christopher
RT @dopegirlfresh: RT @PhillyDeeWay Just Let Us Touch Your Hair: How African Americans Impede Racial Progress #whitehistoryclassesAndre St.Christopher
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesAndre St.Christopher
RT @BPMarkus: "I am not personally oppressing anyone, therefore institutional racism doesn’t exist." #whitehistoryclassesI am.
RT @dopegirlfresh: Reverse Racism: A Guide to Crying Your Way Through Privilege #whitehistoryclassesEva Elle
RT @mixdgrlproblems: ‘But You Don’t Act Black': A Critical Look At Racial Stereotypes #whitehistoryclassesEva Elle
RT @Plain_Janie: Racism Is Dead Because We Say It Is: Lessons in Silencing People Of Color #whitehistoryclassesThe $wankest
RT @Plain_Janie: Racism Is Dead Because We Say It Is: Lessons in Silencing People Of Color #whitehistoryclassesphilo
I’m not Racist, I have black friends: When and when not to say N**** in front of other Blacks.#whitehistoryclassesChuck Cross
RT @marshonica: #whitehistoryclasses "Deciphering Black Children’s Names" – taught by Prof. Barry WczipopdczowiczSK9: Strick-9
RT @drgoddess: The Blackboard: How to Populate Inner City Schools With White Female Teachers Fearful of Their Students #WhiteHistoryClassesDa Al
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesChuck Cross
Chitlings, The Other Other white meat. The Nutritional values of The African American. #WhiteHistoryClassesChuck Cross
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesCCT
RT @katiehegs: My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclassesKeri Williams
RT @Lelaslounge: #whitehistoryclasses http://pic.twitter.com/iyRsbREfejCramanda
RT @TransGriot: Cleopatra Did Look Like Elizabeth Taylor-Why Egypt Is Not A Part of Africa #whitehistoryclassesEll Jax
RT @mixdgrlproblems: ‘But You Don’t Act Black': A Critical Look At Racial Stereotypes #whitehistoryclassesEll Jax
#whitehistoryclasses We Conduct Civil War Reinactments, But You Need to Get Over Slavery: Devaluing History that Makes Us Look BadKrista Summitt
Advanced Mythology: Inventing "Rugged Individualism" to Counter Collective Theft, Murder & Entitlement #whitehistoryclassesDa Al
Social Dynamics 203: How to Avoid Friendships with POC Even When You Live in a Majority POC City #whitehistoryclasses #GirlsDa Al
Ronald Reagan and his Crusade to help America’s Black People #whitehistoryclassesbaltKemper
RT @AmandaMichelle: a lesson from #whitehistoryclasses MT @sassycrass: I see the word "mojo" in my feed at least once a day. So thank you, Austin Powers. :-/Fiqah
a lesson from #whitehistoryclasses MT @sassycrass: I see the word "mojo" in my feed at least once a day. So thank you, Austin Powers. :-/one name, 2 words
RT @_praxis_: Irony: conquering the world for spices and not seasoning our food #whitehistoryclassesitsybitsyallie
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesBre
RT @rhythmten: Photography 101: What are you talking about, this picture of me in a war bonnet is artistic expression! #whitehistoryclassesKelly
RT @dopegirlfresh: RT @PhillyDeeWay Just Let Us Touch Your Hair: How African Americans Impede Racial Progress #whitehistoryclassesCarolinaJ
#whitehistoryclassesA.Meza
RT @AshleeEats: "But You Sound White": Race and Speech Pathology #whitehistoryclassesBlocher Ashbury
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesLola Gets
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Remember the Alamo, but Forget Slavery Already: Your Guide to Selective Cultural Amnesia #whitehistoryclassesA.Meza
Photography 101: What are you talking about, this picture of me in a war bonnet is artistic expression! #whitehistoryclasses
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesScrewy Haired Girl
Tales of “Shaniqua”: Why using stereotypes of black culture is, and continues to be, hilarious and totally not damaging #whitehistoryclasses
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Drug Dealer Buys Jordans, Crackhead Buys Crack: How to Get Paid Off of All of That #whitehistoryclassesPhuc Pham
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesLaLasha Murphy
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesLaLasha Murphy
RT @AngryBlackLady: RT @LolaOlson: All My Ancestors Were Irish: How to Deny Ever Benefitting From Racism #whitehistoryclasses // cc @bubblegenius LOL.LaLasha Murphy
I love.“@katiehegs: My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclasses”LaLasha Murphy
Reverse Racism: Why POC being angry about the oppression they face is actually racism against you somehow #whitehistoryclasses
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesMatt Liparota
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesNotintheface
Great So Everyone Hates Me, Cool: Dealing with the PAIN of recognizing you hold a privileged place in society #whitehistoryclasses
RT @rosefox: I’m Gay, I Get It: How Your Experiences of Bigotry Help You Totally Know What Systemic Racism Feels Like #whitehistoryclassesJudith Onyinye N U
But How Will I Ever Get A Job NOW?: Why affirmative action is the worst thing ever #whitehistoryclasses
RT @PoeticAntics: You’re Not Like Most Black People: The art of racist backhanded compliments #whitehistoryclassesJudith Onyinye N U
RT @ykhong: The Art of touching Black People’s Hair: Making it Okay in Your Head While Touching Theirs #whitehistoryclasses http://colorlines.com/archives/2013/02/mad_about_black_history_month_take_some_whitehistoryclasses.htmlJudith Onyinye N U
RT @MaryamSaghir: I’ve seen this before and it’s STILL #Powerful! #Racism #ReverseRacismBS #whitehistoryclasses http://pic.twitter.com/bHeYbD03F3Dave Buerstetta
RT @NerdyHBIC: "But not ALL white people are like that" – White tears and the art of derailing #whitehistoryclasses
RT @_dee_minor: Advanced Self-Delusion 404: How To Convince Yourself That Only Other White People are Racists #whitehistoryclasses
RT @_dee_minor: Advanced Anger Mgmt: How to Police POC Emotions while Expressing Righteous Anger when Accused of Racism #whitehistoryclasses
RT @ChrisTheFlyest: How to Blame Rappers for Violence while Watching Scarface and The Godfather #WhiteHistoryClassesAfro The Jill
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesJessi Charms
RT @EricaJay93: @WordsofRenown Why POC Talking About the Racism They Experience at the Hands of White People is Racist #whitehistoryclasses
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Halloween 202: How To Turn a Culture Into a Costume #whitehistoryclassesAkkas Al-Ali
OMG I CAN’T BREATHE! #HILARIOUS — Mad About Black History Month? Take Some #WhiteHistoryClasses http://soc.li/W5hIEiYO’Dellia
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesNancy Hicks Gribble
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesTemidire1479
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesNapoleon Dolemite
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesNapoleon Dolemite
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesKrista Benson
Slavery & colonialism happened, but it’s not like I could change that. I like benefitting from it, tho. #whitehistoryclassesKrista Benson
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesKrista Benson
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesGloria Kennedy Fleck
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesGee L Colley
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesNancy Hicks Gribble
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesKate Uí Mhaoileoin
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesZirgar
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesWil Gafney
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesScarlet Faux
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesWil Gafney
RT @crestkid79: RT @NikkiIsChillin: RT @ashe_phoenix: White Privilege: Act Like the Exception, Benefit from the Rule #whitehistoryclassesKay-Z
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesBlair
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesproblemwiththat
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesTrustNo1
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesShane XG
RT @i_masters: #FF Follow @brokeymcpoverty who made the world a better & funnier place with #whitehistoryclasses.M.M.
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesA.L. Baroza
RT @katiehegs: My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclassesNoel Purcell
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesGee L Colley
White People Being Snarky About White People Being Racist In Order To Convince Themselves They Aren’t Racist #whitehistoryclassesDaniel Casey
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesJameka Armstrong
RT @katiehegs: My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclasses
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesAlli
RT @hocinedim: The rich cis able bodied heterosexual white male, the most oppressed figure in history #WhiteHistoryClassesAstoria d’Evereux
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesBlair
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesThat VA BBW Chic
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesJared James
RT @AngryBlackLady: *DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesBlair
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesImani ABL
*DED* RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesImani ABL
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesBlair
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesKristina
RT @katiehegs: My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclassesjoanna schroeder
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesImani ABL
RT @i_masters: #FF Follow @brokeymcpoverty who made the world a better & funnier place with #whitehistoryclasses.Imani ABL
“@katiehegs: My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclasses” lmaoooooo..smhMaybach Magazine
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesproblemwiththat
RT @TransGriot: Being Gay IS Just Like Being Black Minus the Forced Boat Ride Guest lecturer Dan Savage #whitehistoryclassesImani ABL
RT @ileanoneileen: The High-Five Handshake: How to Connect with African-Americans in Business #whitehistoryclassesImani ABL
RT @LolaOlson: All My Ancestors Were Irish: How to Deny Ever Benefitting From Racism #whitehistoryclasses // cc @bubblegenius LOL.Imani ABL
RT @katiehegs: My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclassesImani ABL
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesImani ABL
RT @NikkiIsChillin: RT @ashe_phoenix: White Privilege: Act Like the Exception, Benefit from the Rule #whitehistoryclassesRoy O
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Remember the Alamo, but Forget Slavery Already: Your Guide to Selective Cultural Amnesia #whitehistoryclassesMikal
RT @brokeymcpoverty: But Africans Owned Slaves Too: A Critical Look at the Rhetoric of Deflection #whitehistoryclassesMikal
RT @aviolentlife: It’s Not Racist If It’s Halloween!: Blackface for Beginners #whitehistoryclassesAstoria d’Evereux
RT @dopegirlfresh: "Indians From India Have Dreads, So Why Can’t I?" Your Guide to Cultural Appropriation #whitehistoryclassesMikal
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesJesse
RT @MoniqueReads: Or "Madea" RT @ "’But I Love "Good Times"!': Using Ancient Pop Culture to Prove You’re Not Racist" #whitehistoryclassesJesse
RT @brokeymcpoverty: They’re Just Mentally Ill: Why There Are No White Terrorists #whitehistoryclassesChellz!
RT @ashe_phoenix: White Privilege: Act Like the Exception, Benefit from the Rule #whitehistoryclassesNikki
RT @rosefox: I’m Gay, I Get It: How Your Experiences of Bigotry Help You Totally Know What Systemic Racism Feels Like #whitehistoryclassesAstoria d’Evereux
My Black Friend Said It’s Okay: Justifying Recreational Racism #whitehistoryclassesKatie H
RT @LolaOlson: All My Ancestors Were Irish: How to Deny Ever Benefitting From Racism #whitehistoryclassesKC
RT @blunted215: No One In My Family Owned Slaves: How To Totally Win Arguments With Black People #whitehistoryclassesKC
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesAstoria d’Evereux
RT @Viva_La_Vadge: That Joke Was Totally Funny and Definitely Not Racist: Black People and the Hypersensitivity Gene #WhiteHistoryClassesKC
RT @rosefox: I’m Gay, I Get It: How Your Experiences of Bigotry Help You Totally Know What Systemic Racism Feels Like #whitehistoryclassesKC
RT @Viva_La_Vadge: That Joke Was Totally Funny and Definitely Not Racist: Black People and the Hypersensitivity Gene #WhiteHistoryClassesL. Ash Williams
The High-Five Handshake: How to Connect with African-Americans in Business #whitehistoryclassesEileen Chong
RT @tnwhiskeywoman: What’s up, Girrrrrlfriend?: How to Connect With Your Black Female Coworkers #whitehistoryclassesL. Ash Williams
RT @dopegirlfresh: Bindis, Dickies, Chucks, & Jamaica: The Gwen Stefani Appropriation Seminar #whitehistoryclassesFinley
RT @_praxis_: Irony: conquering the world for spices and not seasoning our food #whitehistoryclassesKurt Reynolds
RT @christophersboo: Black History Month is racist #whitehistoryclassesAaron Bertucio
RT @AshleeEats: "But You Sound White": Race and Speech Pathology #whitehistoryclassesL. Ash Williams
RT @borkenbox: I’m not racist but… : Disguising your prejudice 101 #whitehistoryclassesAaron Bertucio
RT @_praxis_: Irony: conquering the world for spices and not seasoning our food #whitehistoryclassesFinley
RT @TransGriot: Being Gay IS Just Like Being Black Minus the Forced Boat Ride Guest lecturer Dan Savage #whitehistoryclassesFinley
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesAaron Bertucio
RT @Plain_Janie: Racism Is Dead Because We Say It Is: Lessons in Silencing People Of Color #whitehistoryclassesFinley
Photo: whitehistoryclasses: #WhiteHistoryClasses http://tmblr.co/ZpPHZxelIJisJamie S
“@mixdgrlproblems: Fuck Christopher Columbus Day: A Closer Look At How Mass Murderers Are Celebrated #whitehistoryclasses”cierra✝
#FF Follow @brokeymcpoverty who made the world a better & funnier place with #whitehistoryclasses.I. Masters
RT @cindasmommy: In today’s Black History, on February 20, 2013, twitter launched a #whitehistoryclasses TT. Hundreds of white people were butthurt.Michael Simmons
RT @AshleeEats: "But You Sound White": Race and Speech Pathology #whitehistoryclassesJordan Freking Reyna
RT @PRB_PSM: Fashion Throughout History: The Functionality of the Bootstrap for the Struggling Minority. #whitehistoryclassesJordan Freking Reyna
RT @dopegirlfresh: "Indians From India Have Dreads, So Why Can’t I?" Your Guide to Cultural Appropriation #whitehistoryclassesJordan Freking Reyna
We won’t tell you about the original #whitehistoryclasses tweets, but here are some excellent alternatives: http://tmblr.co/ZR-8cuel9bAN18millionrising
RT @ashe_phoenix: But I’m Oppressed Too: Maximizing Bigotry, Minimizing Privilege #whitehistoryclassesJessica Haymaker
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesJessica Haymaker
RT @Ladidahdi: LMAO RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesJessica Haymaker
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Remember the Alamo, but Forget Slavery Already: Your Guide to Selective Cultural Amnesia #whitehistoryclassesNice.
RT @inomallday: I’m Not Talking About You, You’re Different: How to Identify and Befriend the Acceptable Negro #whitehistoryclassesNice.
RT @ykhong: The Art of touching Black People’s Hair: Making it Okay in Your Head While Touching Theirs #whitehistoryclasses http://colorlines.com/archives/2013/02/mad_about_black_history_month_take_some_whitehistoryclasses.htmlNice.
RT @LolaOlson: POCs Are Lazy: How We Went All The Way to Africa To Get Out Of Our Work. #whitehistoryclasses #whitehistorylessonsJessica Haymaker
RT @brokeymcpoverty: You’re Welcome: The Unspoken Benefits of the Transatlantic Slave Trade #whitehistoryclassesJessica Haymaker
Victoria Secret hides racial appropriation in "sexy" and how your urban outfitter navajo panties do the same #whitehistoryclassesJessica Haymaker
RT @_praxis_: Irony: conquering the world for spices and not seasoning our food #whitehistoryclassesFreedom4SamerIssawi
RT @ab_deuces Ronald Reagan and his Crusade to help America’s Black People #whitehistoryclassesRipleyGoli
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesRaj Gill
RT @thetrudz: RT @babeeeinstein Semantics 101: How to Use Dictionary Definitions to Invalidate Lived Experience #whitehistoryclasses <—- THIS! X_XZerangue Diggs
RT @MissAngelaDavis: Started From the Bottom Now We’re Here: The Trickle Down Economics of Hedge Funds #whitehistoryclassesSCUM LORD D!ZZY
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclasses¡joseph l reid!
Profitting off of the Black Man’s Assumed Hypersexuality with Lisa Lampanelli #whitehistoryclassesErica Jackson
Critical Discourse in Modern Television: Black People Get BET, What’s the Big Deal with Girls Being All-White? #whitehistoryclassesLT McGZA
Mad About Black History Month? Take Some #WhiteHistoryClasses http://soc.li/W5hIEiYLily Wong
RT @TransGriot: Being Gay IS Just Like Being Black Minus the Forced Boat Ride Guest lecturer Dan Savage #whitehistoryclassesLT McGZA
RT @BrothaJamesWolf: How Being a Race Realist Is Not the Same as Being a Real Racist #WhiteHistoryClassesErica Jackson
Foxnews presents:"I never knew!" Conversations on comedic irony and the post civil rights black subconscious mind #whitehistoryclassesCameron
RT @christophersboo: We discovered America, even though the natives were already there. #whitehistoryclassesErica Jackson
@WordsofRenown Why POC Talking About the Racism They Experience at the Hands of White People is Racist #whitehistoryclassesErica Jackson
RT @CNRush: "Not All" And Other Terms That Only Pertain To Criticisms Of Us #WhiteHistoryClassesDoug
RT @MaryamSaghir: I’ve seen this before and it’s STILL #Powerful! #Racism #ReverseRacismBS #whitehistoryclasses http://pic.twitter.com/bHeYbD03F3Chaz
RT @ahsmith923: " ‘It’s the Jews’ Fault': How to Blame Other Minorities for Systemic Racism" #whitehistoryclassesErica Jackson
RT @ahsmith923: "From Minstrelsy to Grillz: Celebrating the Misappropriation of Black Culture" #whitehistoryclassesErica Jackson
RT @brokeymcpoverty: You’re Hot for a Black Girl: Interracial Relationships Through History #whitehistoryclassesMark
RT @PoeticAntics: You’re Not Like Most Black People: The art of racist backhanded compliments #whitehistoryclassesMark
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Ancient Aliens: Because Surely Those Brown People Couldn’t Have Built Those Pyramids #whitehistoryclassesErica Jackson
RT @borkenbox: I’m not racist but… : Disguising your prejudice 101 #whitehistoryclassesMark
RT @mizhellion: @brokeymcpoverty Big Butts and the Ability to Lie: An Ethical Discourse #whitehistoryclassestMp
RT @Red_Led68: Not All White People Are the Same: On the thoughtless responses of people of colour #whitehistoryclassesAfat Ludacrises
RT @Red_Led68: The REAL face of poverty *insert picture of black African children" #whitehistoryclassesAfat Ludacrises
RT @Red_Led68: Advanced Comedy: How to Laugh at Mocking Your Gender and Race & Stop Being Oversensitive #whitehistoryclassesAfat Ludacrises
RT @afroblazingguns: "Zeta Faux Nigga – Unpacking ‘gangsta parties’ in white sorority and fraternity culture" #whitehistoryclassesMike Litoris
RT @sueyusuf45: "Do you speak African?" How to homogenize the most diverse continent. #whitehistoryclassesAfat Ludacrises
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesJordan Kroeger
RT @_praxis_: Irony: conquering the world for spices and not seasoning our food #whitehistoryclassesAshley B
RT @TransGriot: Being Gay IS Just Like Being Black Minus the Forced Boat Ride Guest lecturer Dan Savage #whitehistoryclassesAshley B
RT @LouisatheLast: @brokeymcpoverty It’s Okay: YOU Didn’t Enslave Anyone #whitehistoryclassesBaby Badu
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Bootstraps: How Affirmative Action Does More Harm Than Good #whitehistoryclassesBaby Badu
RT @afroblazingguns: "Zeta Faux Nigga – Unpacking ‘gangsta parties’ in white sorority and fraternity culture" #whitehistoryclassesbeauty in the dark
RT @potatoblade: We Invaded Your Country For Spice But Where Can I Go In This Town To Get Some NORMAL Food #whitehistoryclassesChristine
WORD!!"@SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClasses"Aliyu Ardo Ibrahim
RT @brokeymcpoverty: They’re Just Mentally Ill: Why There Are No White Terrorists #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @DiggsWayne: #WhiteHistoryClasses Black History for 3/5 of a credit.Kenneth X
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Lincoln Freed The Slaves: Why The Republican Party Cannot Be Racist #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @BlackCanseco: "But I Voted For Obama: And other ways to prove you’re down with Minorities." #whitehistoryclassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
RT @Rather_Unique10: Let’s call them "Hispanics" : Different countries, different races, same "language" #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @CNRush: Don’t Allow Them To Exclude You. We Have Color Too! : Beige and Proud #WhiteHistoryClassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
RT @CNRush: If We Didn’t Record It, It Simply Wasn’t True: They Didn’t Exist Before Slavery. #WhiteHistoryClassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
#TrueShit RT @rubyruby2times: I LOVE TRIBAL PRINT: How Your Forever 21 Sweater Honors the Ancestry of… Somebody #whitehistoryclassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
RT @AquafarE: Freedom of Speech 101: I can say Nigga/Nigger but you can’t say Racist/Racism #WhiteHistoryClassesIG: Kia_LikeThaCar
RT @CNRush: Before You Mourn The Death of That Black Child, Consult The Good Victim Checklist. It’s Not Racism #WhiteHistoryClassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
RT @inomallday: I’m Not Talking About You, You’re Different: How to Identify and Befriend the Acceptable Negro #whitehistoryclassesbeauty in the dark
RT @LolaOlson: All My Ancestors Were Irish: How to Deny Ever Benefitting From Racism #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
#OhShit RT @CNRush: Madonna = Icon. Janet Jackson = Bitch Who Corrupted Our Children With Her Titty #WhiteHistoryClassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
RT @AquafarE: Freedom of Speech 101: I can say Nigga/Nigger but you can’t say Racist/Racism #WhiteHistoryClassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
RT @BadBitchSociety: Modern Warfare: Hoodies and other threats to national Security #whitehistoryclassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
RT @ChrisTheFlyest: How to Blame Rappers for Violence while Watching Scarface and The Godfather #WhiteHistoryClassesIG: akanbutnojeezyy
RT @Whitni_Mariee: Where yu found this #whitehistoryclasses stuff at? Its makin my morning RT"@kenny_theRebel: I cannot stop RTing! The humor in this truth!"Kenneth X
Where yu found this #whitehistoryclasses stuff at? Its makin my morning RT"@kenny_theRebel: I cannot stop RTing! The humor in this truth!"Whitni M.
RT @obaa_boni: Remembering Chris Brown, Forgetting Charlie Sheen: The merit of white feminism #WhiteHistoryClassesKenneth X
RT @Ladidahdi: LMAO RT @Ed_Cunard: Of Course Jesus is White: Making God In Your Image In Spite of Geography. #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @Viva_La_Vadge: Seeking Shaniqua: Finding Black Friends to Namedrop When Accused of Racism #WhiteHistoryClassesKenneth X
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesJust Mica.
RT @LolaOlson: POCs Are Lazy: How We Went All The Way to Africa To Get Out Of Our Work. #whitehistoryclasses #whitehistorylessonsKenneth X
RT @brokeymcpoverty: You’re Welcome: The Unspoken Benefits of the Transatlantic Slave Trade #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @blunted215: No One In My Family Owned Slaves: How To Totally Win Arguments With Black People #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @blunted215: Kwanzaa, Juneteenth, and Other Pagan Rituals #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @desusnice: Best practices & procedures for maintaining braids after ur Caribbean vacation. #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @Lelaslounge: #whitehistoryclasses http://pic.twitter.com/iyRsbREfejJohannes Dzidzienyo
RT @michellej: Who Will Do Your Baby’s Hair: A Practical Guide to Transracial Adoptions #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @PostBourgie: Khaki Shorts In February: How Privilege Changes Your Body Temperature #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @dopegirlfresh: RT @PhillyDeeWay Just Let Us Touch Your Hair: How African Americans Impede Racial Progress #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @brokeymcpoverty: But Africans Owned Slaves Too: A Critical Look at the Rhetoric of Deflection #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @Viva_La_Vadge: That Joke Was Totally Funny and Definitely Not Racist: Black People and the Hypersensitivity Gene #WhiteHistoryClassesKenneth X
RT @ashe_phoenix: Let Them Have Months: Empty Apologies for Oppressed Peoples #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @rosefox: I’m Gay, I Get It: How Your Experiences of Bigotry Help You Totally Know What Systemic Racism Feels Like #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @tnwhiskeywoman: What’s up, Girrrrrlfriend?: How to Connect With Your Black Female Coworkers #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @brokeymcpoverty: We Just Really Needed Some Salt: Why Columbus HAD to Kill All Those Indians #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesAsghar Bukhari
RT @ahsmith923: "’But I Love "Good Times"!': Using Ancient Pop Culture to Prove You’re Not Racist" #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @drgoddess: Friends, Girls, Sex & Seinfeld: How to Film in NYC Without Including Many Black People #WhiteHistoryClassesCharles
#whitehistoryclasses AP EuroJulianna Elise
RT @borkenbox: I’m not racist but… : Disguising your prejudice 101 #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesKulmiye Ali
RT @PoeticAntics: You’re Not Like Most Black People: The art of racist backhanded compliments #whitehistoryclassesJulianna Elise
RT @LaLaLaurax: Tricking Indiginous People and then Calling Tricksters "Indian Givers" #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesAltamash Haider Khan
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesBrandon Jackson
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesChuy H Martinez
RT @SiggonKristov: Cuba is evil because its government cares about people instead of American corporate interests. #WhiteHistoryClassesStop Drones!
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Remember the Alamo, but Forget Slavery Already: Your Guide to Selective Cultural Amnesia #whitehistoryclassesBaby Badu
RT @active_neurons: "Get A Job.": How To Ignore Historical Economic Oppression and Blame Black People 101. #whitehistoryclassesBaby Badu
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Remember the Alamo, but Forget Slavery Already: Your Guide to Selective Cultural Amnesia #whitehistoryclassesjb
RT @active_neurons: "Get A Job.": How To Ignore Historical Economic Oppression and Blame Black People 101. #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
RT @PoeticAntics: You’re Not Like Most Black People: The art of racist backhanded compliments #whitehistoryclassesKenneth X
@_MoreBaconPlz "@ActuallyAmDolan: #whitehistoryclasses abrehme lincnln waz accualy dolan” discussing this hashtag in class, thought of you.shana lee
I’m not racist but… : Disguising your prejudice 101 #whitehistoryclassesmalissa
RT @_praxis_: Irony: conquering the world for spices and not seasoning our food #whitehistoryclassesAlex Marcus
Ted Nugent Black Power 2013: The White Person’s Guide to Cultural Appropriation #thenuge #whitehistoryclasses http://aol.it/VU1MUK -SWHear Evil
RT @mixdgrlproblems: ‘But You Don’t Act Black': A Critical Look At Racial Stereotypes #whitehistoryclassesIrrelevanceOnCloud11
RT @mixdgrlproblems: ‘But You Don’t Act Black': A Critical Look At Racial Stereotypes #whitehistoryclassesMaur!
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Remember the Alamo, but Forget Slavery Already: Your Guide to Selective Cultural Amnesia #whitehistoryclassesbackl_ash
RT @inomallday: I’m Not Talking About You, You’re Different: How to Identify and Befriend the Acceptable Negro #whitehistoryclassesbackl_ash
RT @michellej: Seminar: "I’m Just Honoring Your Culture" and Other Real World Tools to Justify Racist Costumes #whitehistoryclassesserendipity.
RT @EveFromGenesis: "Conquistadors, Explorers and Imperialists": How to make mass theft and murder seem heroic #whitehistoryclassesserendipity.
RT @rosefox: I’m Gay, I Get It: How Your Experiences of Bigotry Help You Totally Know What Systemic Racism Feels Like #whitehistoryclassesbackl_ash
I think this is the most time I’ve spent reading through a hashtag search on Twitter. #whitehistoryclassesdamonjablons
RT @_dee_minor: Advanced Anger Mgmt: How to Police POC Emotions while Expressing Righteous Anger when Accused of Racism #whitehistoryclassesChinese Murcules
RT @Pandakitree: "Asian Women Were Always Meant to be Submissive to White Men & How to Get Yours" #whitehistoryclassesChinese Murcules
Grade school teachers still coming up with SLAVERY WORD PROBLEMS for their young charges http://bit.ly/YHYMqt omg #whitehistoryclasses?Stacey Burns
RT @LaLaLaurax: Tricking Indiginous People and then Calling Tricksters "Indian Givers" #whitehistoryclassesla femme agresiva
RT @LaLaLaurax: Tricking Indiginous People and then Calling Tricksters "Indian Givers" #whitehistoryclassesChinese Murcules
RT @Colorlines: Mad About Black History Month? Take Some #WhiteHistoryClasses http://bit.ly/XC34jTLove Prevails
Don’t Just Throw it In a Ponytail: A Guide to Styling Your Mixed Daughter’s Hair #whitehistoryclassesfatin gipson
"Reservations and Casinos: Why You Shouldn’t Feel Guilty About Stealing from Indians" #whitehistoryclassesAndrew Smith
"From Minstrelsy to Grillz: Celebrating the Misappropriation of Black Culture" #whitehistoryclassesAndrew Smith
Mad About Black History Month? Take Some #WhiteHistoryClasses http://soc.li/W5hIEiY @colorlinesAaron P.
Or "Madea" RT @ "’But I Love "Good Times"!': Using Ancient Pop Culture to Prove You’re Not Racist" #whitehistoryclassesMonique
RT @jujoffer: David Rosen, the first White person in tv/film history to run AWAY from trouble #Scandal #whitehistoryclassesJOY LESTER
RT @brokeymcpoverty: Why Are All The Black Women Sitting Together In The Cafeteria?: How Race Almost Ruined Feminism #whitehistoryclassesKemi
RT @LaLaLaurax: But It’s Always Been That Way #whitehistoryclassesAlyssa Jeffries
RT @LaLaLaurax: Causing Holocausts for Native Americans, then Blacks, then Latin@s and then forgetting all about it. #whitehistoryclassesAlyssa Jeffries
RT @dopegirlfresh: Reverse Racism: A Guide to Crying Your Way Through Privilege #whitehistoryclassesKylie
RT @lesellele: "I don’t see color": A 2 day seminar on how to perpetuate racial disparities by ignoring them. #whitehistoryclassesKylie
" ‘But Slaves had Homes': Why Slavery Wasn’t All That Bad" #whitehistoryclasses Please note that this does really exist in the SouthAndrew Smith
RT @lesellele: "I don’t see color": A 2 day seminar on how to perpetuate racial disparities by ignoring them. #whitehistoryclassesKemi
" ‘It’s the Jews’ Fault': How to Blame Other Minorities for Systemic Racism" #whitehistoryclassesAndrew Smith
RT @JamilahLemieux: "Don’t Appreciate, Appropriate…Now Do the Harlem Shake!" #whitehistoryclassesKemi

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Beasts Of The Southern Wild

Last night I chose to RedBox the Oscar-nominated film Beasts Of The Southern Wild. It was a bit out of my comfort zone, I usually prefer science fiction and fantasy, but I watched the movie having no idea about the plot or characters. I had heard and read so much praise for this film that I actually had my doubts it would be any good. Good thing I don’t listen to my doubts that often. BOTSW was a great film, it was well-written and well-executed overall. I don’t want to give away any spoilers for the film, but wanted to say I highly recommend it.

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