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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Fake Beef." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 18 Nov 2019. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.
Jashwuwah Jackson - I always find it interesting that ppl love to attack Yvette but never bring that energy to Antonio.
Muhammad Rasheed - Same.
Jashwuwah Jackson - And I don’t like this illustration at all Yvette isn’t a white puppet and why does the so called ADOS character always have on a RBG shirt a powerless meaningless flag?
Muhammad Rasheed - Jashwuwah wrote: "And I don’t like this illustration at all"
Jashwuwah wrote: "Yvette isn’t a white puppet..."
Yvette isn’t a puppet either, Jashwuwah. Note that there’s a white person puppeteering the puppet and the puppet isn’t depicted as ‘white,’ but as ‘yellow.’ Traditionally, light-skinned people of Yvette’s skintone are referred to as “high-yellow” in the ADOS community. For about a billion years.
Jashwuwah wrote: "...and why does the so called ADOS character always have on a RBG shirt a powerless meaningless flag?"
That character (and his family) represents the high-level activist who strives for the highest ideals. In an anti-racism theme, that means the ambitious ideals of Pan-Africanism are needed to effectively combat and reverse the global blight of the White Supremacist Ideology… no one isolated group of Black people can hope to accomplish that all by themselves. The Black Diaspora will HAVE to work together to do it and that’s why I have my super-activist proudly repping those colors and the highest goals of our race for which they stand.
MEDIUM: Scanned pen & ink cartoon drawing w/Adobe Photoshop color.
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