Kind of weird to use my words and THEN ask if it’s OK. It’s actually not. It’s not that I don’t want to help her get free, but she was charged by the state, so there is nothing the federal government can do anyway. Also, you can’t take content from this site and use it however you want. Please take that down.
This fact is mentioned in more than one of the articles I linked to if you had bothered to look.
Because the only place the Black Panther Party is considered a hate group is in the minds of weak white people who either have no clue about or refuse to acknowledge the origins of the party, why they got started and the incredible work they did in the black community.
Please, tell us more about all the Italians who were lynched, killed, had their homes burned down and all the other injustices they suffered in the Jim Crow south. This is interesting.
Thank you. ❤️
I loved everything man.
This isn’t the place for pitching, and it is likely a bad look if editors are paying attention, love. There are other ways to contact me and/or the editors at The Root. Hint: theree is an entire post on the site right now with everyone’s names, and we have an about page with emails listed.
What happened? Why are you grey?
Actually, my article is about her blocking the black women trying to educate her on Twitter. But I know combining reading comprehension with your desire to finger wag and “correct" black people is hard.
Actually, many women of color named Ricki Lake in their response, telling her that she wasn’t even the first white woman to do it. So please, fall back.
Please highlight and quote where I said any of that in this post or even implied it. I’ll wait.
You just want something to argue about. Shut up.
I’mma fight you because you get on my nerves!
I actually wrote a response immediately when he did it.
You saw that shit too, huh?
Now I can’t vouch for some of our writers like Monique Judge. After all, she called me a “country-as-fuck.” Then again, she likes the Oxford comma.