Looking back to the days of animated posters, propaganda has evolved in time with every media. Misinformation has also grown, but at least reputations are harder to escape. A highlight and lowlight from some recent political ads.
It all started with race [the divisions], and the statement "I'm black everyday." Then came the political discussion [the legal actions], followed by religion [the motivations]. Those topics and what they represent individually and collectively paint the picture of us, humanity. Shine light on the present, and in the future there will be no dark past.
Is it for Black people only?
Yes. No, I'm kidding. No. Some blacks just feel their opinions are not properly expressed in the media, and many people feel the news is too influential instead of informative. The site this blog belongs who believe in asking the obvious and less obvious questions.
Why am I here?
That's an excellent question! But while you think about it, also think about some of the issues we raise, and offer any new perspective you can.
Who can I give my money to?
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I like that story- yoink!
That wasn't a question, but my response is please cite all sources respectfully & responsibly. Freedom of information. Act.
What does FAQ stand for?
Frequently asked questions.
What is your mission?
The mission is to assist America, American Africans, and Humans in defining those terms, and you in answering the question "What is YOUR mission?"