I dare every black person to go and watch the racially charged horror movie GET OUT. It was written and directed by Jordan Peele, who has made history by being the first black writer/director to create a debut feature film that's earned more than 100 million at the box office. I hate horror films, but this … Continue reading Dear Black People, GET OUT Of The White Jesus System
I believe honesty is a gift, and I intend on using mine faithfully, especially when I'm holding the pen. God knows I have a lot of love in me, sometimes too much for my own good, but I have also learned to hate, and it's an expression I am not afraid to use, especially when … Continue reading I Hate Spiritual Daddies And Would Love To See Them Melt Like Snails
When I became a born-again Christian in 2008, I started studying the bible word for word. I would spend hours a day reading all commentaries for all the verses I studied. The more I studied the bible the more I realized that most of the Christians around me did not believe everything that was in … Continue reading Why Are Black People Obsessed With The Bible That Was Used To Enslave Them?
My Debut Huffington Post Blog I have come to that place as a black woman where I am done complaining about racism. I will not join any more campaigns or movements about race. I won't drain my energy trying to convince anyone that Black Lives Matter. As a black woman, I have experienced my fair … Continue reading Why I Will No Longer Complain To White People About Race
I welcomed Zimbabwean's award winning music legend Dr Thomas Mapfumo, popularly known as "The Lion Of Zimbabwe" or "Mukanya" on Just Jean Blog for an exclusive interview about his music, the Zimbabwe music industry, his life in United States Of America, the Political situation of Zimbabwe and of course his involvement in the New York demonstrations against Robert Mugabe in … Continue reading Dr Thomas Mapfumo on Jean Gasho’s Blog
So Coronation Street has issued an apology regarding the racist joke that was made during the bank holiday Monday episode when Eva Price said “I have more roots than Kunta Kinte,” in a visit to the hair salon to get her roots retouched. Kunta Kinte was a character from the novel Roots. Based on a real-life … Continue reading Why Black People Should Not Accept The Racism Of Coronation Street