Friday, March 18, 2022

Justice For Cornrows!

Your Congress, hard at work on the issues that matter in the midst of an economic crisis....


I love the name, the CROWN Act, cuz dey be thinking dey dreadlocks be crownz and sheeit. See also: Kangz, We Wuz.

A choice quote:

“For too long, Black girls have been discriminated against and criminalized for the hair that grows on our heads and the way we move through and show up in this world,” said Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.). 

Criminalized you say? For your hair and the way you "move through...this world"? This is a choice example of how blaque gals move through this world.







Whenever they "show up" in the world, chaos and violence seem to follow them. 

A serious nation doesn't devote even a second of time to the "problem" of racist hair rules.

8 comments:

  1. oh, right, their hair is the problem. and I always thought it was them and the way they act out on everything.

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    1. That is just what a racist would say

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    2. no. not really, just something learned the hard way having to live around them for fucking years. a black guy explained it to me years ago. there are black people just like me and you. then you have the fucking niggers that everyone hates and fuck up things for everyone else.
      I know and worked with black people for over 40 years now, and even they hate the fuckers more than we do for the shit they do.

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    3. Easy does it there cowboy. We are on your side.

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  2. our town has a small percentage of blacks, but they tend to dominate the local news with their violent crime and drugs

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    1. Our town has maybe one black guy living with his White baby mama so he doesn't have anyone to shoot. Sad!

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  3. Dayuum that last foot to the face was brutal. I bet he caught her cheating on him.

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    1. Or maybe she overcooked supper, who knows what might set them off.

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