n-word (6)

BN-W Snapshot DjangoUnchained
BN-W Says…Worthy
N-word Yes, n-word used more than 100 times (set in the year 1858, when New World enslavement was in its approximately 239th year)…
Miscellaneous Whatever weird dynamic of admiration/disrespect/fear that writer and director Quentin Jerome Tarantino may harbor for Blacks, particularly Black males, it’s clear that he definitely has a huge n-word obsession, which is solidified with this film and officially sealed with the final scene – which appears AFTE

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President Obama's Mission Impossible

By H. Lewis Smith ~



Upon Barack Obama's election to President of the United States, euphoria, jubilation and an aura of disbelief simultaneously enveloped the Black African-American community. Perhaps, it could even be said that many saw him as a Messiah and the primary power-holder to make life and living better for Blacks. Seemingly, Black African Americans became complacent and blinded by the historical, unprecedented election of America's first-recognized Black President, thinking him the

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By PJ Rain
[BN-W Sports]

Shortly after his signing during the midst of the NBA’s 2010 Summer free agency frenzy,New York Knicks power forward Amar’e Stoudamire proclaimed that he intended to spiritually immerse himself into the Jewish faith. Stoudamire’s mother had often spoken to him when he was younger about his “Jewish roots,” and during an interview that he gave on his recent visit to Israel, he stated “I’m a history guy. I love studying. I wanted to try to find my original culture. I’m very

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The Enigmatic N-Word

By H. Lewis Smith

Even though not all black Americans refer to themselves as the pejorative n-word, an alarming proportion of the Black community uses and/or supports use of the term. For instance, ministers invoke the word from their pulpits, and the NAACP, with the wink of the eye, looks the other way when prominent blacks publicly embrace the word. Many black college professors support their students' use of the word. Minister Louis Farrakhan has glowingly utilized the word in some of his

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Paul Scott:

A broken, elderly black man limped into his doctor's office last Tuesday afternoon. His neck bore the scars of numerous lynching attempts and his back the whelps of years of severe beatings. Reflected in his eyes was the pain of seeing his mother and sister raped and being powerless to do anything about it. As he described in vivid detail his many thoughts of committing suicide, the physician just sat emotionless in her chair. Finally, she scribbled on her prescription pad, "take two

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The Un-Abolishable N-Word


To pacify society, “Media Band-Aids” are constantly placed on open wounds of unhealed racism as the Shirley Sherrod incident demonstrated. Although the William Morris Agency dropped Mel Gibson for spewing the N-Word among other rants, Leonard Rowe’s new Michael Jackson book shows Morris executives using the N-Word 232 times in emails he uncovered during a racial lawsuit. And Omar Thornton tragically killed 8 co-workers and himself after allegedly being fired for stealing

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