NO SUPERHEROES HERE: WHY BLACK PEOPLE CAN’T SOLVE AMERICA’S RACE PROBLEM

America consistently washes its hands of all injustices while socially pressuring Black people, its most oppressed group, to do its work. The second most problematic issue next to racism is selectivity — choosing whom to…

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J Hall is a Detroit bred Howard Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right,” and that his mother’s cupcakes are legendary. Check out his slight worldwide view here: https://linktr.ee/jhall

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A 313 bred HU Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right” and that his mom’s cupcakes are legendary.

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J Hall

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A 313 bred HU Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right” and that his mom’s cupcakes are legendary.

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