Monday, June 29, 2020

View From the Bottom Caste

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "View From the Bottom Caste." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 29 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Thursday, June 25, 2020

The Value in the Roles

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "The Value in the Roles." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 25 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.


Muhammad Rasheed - In his book From Here to Equality, Dr. William "Sandy" Darity, Jr. said that white America will first need to be ready in order for the black American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) to get our Reparations out of Congress. That means counseling  an adjustment/softening of their traditionally selfish, anti-ADOS attitude.

The hardcore activists (Antonio Moore, Yvette Carnell) who first brought the Reparations topic to the national stage, ain’t no counselors. The activist is of the Warrior Class; they bring awareness with The Data and uncomfortably speak uncompromising Truth to power. By their nature, the hardcore activist doesn’t play well with others and doesn’t give a sh*t about your feelings – they demand justice NOW as the debt of ADOS Reparations is long overdue. This creates a natural conflict.

This is where the role of the public intellectual comes in.  Speaking with a softer voice than the warrior activist, the public intellectual may actually be capable of making white America lower their traditional antagonism and at least listen. In the best case scenario perhaps this public intellectual, Nikole Hannah-Jones, will be able to get white America to actually change their minds about sharing wealth, land & rule with ADOS and true progress will finally be made.

Once the necessarily harsh voice of the hardcore activist successfully fires up the people with its Truth and gains the attention of power, then it's the public intellectual's job to step in and massage white America's attitude to make them ready for this great new #ADOS change. Perhaps it's reasonable that the public intellectual may find it prudent during that massaging not to bring up the hardcore activists when there's a strong chance that the mention of their names alone may cause white America's neck hairs to bristle in renewed petty hostility.

It's up to us as the American Descendants of Slavery to write the songs of our battles and victories to ensure the names of all of our heroes are known for posterity.

Norrin Radd - If you let Nikole Hannah-Jones explain Reparations, she'll eventually have it to where literally everyone/anyone EXCEPT actual ADOS receive it.

Muhammad Rasheed - That's not true.

Norrin Radd - What part?

Muhammad Rasheed - The part about her giving our Reparations away to other people. What part of her article gave you that impression?

Norrin Radd - I think eventually her inability to specify and not include those who should be cited while mentioning "orgs" that shouldn't will only lead to more mudding of the waters.

Muhammad Rasheed - BLM is a famous org that is linked worldwide to the anti-police brutality movement. It literally would have been stupid of her not to mention it in the exact way she did on a platform of that size. Your comment lacks insight.

She cited Dr. Darity whose works cite #ADOS. There's a clear line there and we'll just have to accept that. The problem here is that both Tone & Yvette have been very harsh to Nikole in their public comments and since Nikole obviously can be just as petty as they can be, probably decided to slight them for it on purpose just because she could. Comments like yours from the other #ADOS members are not helping. NHJ is not Tariq  she is a real anti-racism scholar and not a huckster. There's no reason to treat her badly. We need to be trying to repair that relationship.

Norrin Radd - BLM, while famous worldwide, is at best scatterbrained and hasn't actually advocated for anything remotely resembling specificity. What insight am I not privy to that, were I in possession of, would see me defending someone who, by her own words, doesn't actually believe Reparations wiil positively impact ADOS? Is that not questionable and/or huckster behavior?

But, for the sake of argument, let's just say that her recent commits about Reparations & Prof Darity are all sincere, her failure to understand just how her inclusion of BLM (who by virtue of their scatterbrained-ness) kneecaps whatever pro-Reparations points she makes isn't something that anyone serious about Reparations can ignore.

Also, given her level of influence, the fact that she doesn't know that her presumed petty "slights" against Yvette and Tone (who she should be thanking) actually jeopardizes real Reparations advocacy, is all the more reason why she's not suited to speak.

If that's "insight", then I'll pass on it.

Muhammad Rasheed - Norrin wrote: “BLM, while famous worldwide, is at best scatterbrained and hasn't actually advocated for anything remotely resembling specificity.”

Meanwhile, the criminal justice reforms that Jeff Sessions made it his business to repeal as the new AG came directly from BLM advocacy efforts.

Norrin wrote: “What insight am I not privy to that, were I in possession of, would see me defending someone who, by her own words, doesn't actually believe Reparations wiil positively impact ADOS?”

Dr. Darity also believed that before he actually started researching the material. Afterwards he became Reparations biggest advocate. During phase one of her #1619Project, Reparations wasn’t Nikole’s core focus, so she was still under the same wrong assumptions about it that many figures were. After she started studying it and filling the knowledge void, her attitude about it changed the same way Dr. Darity’s did – a change we can see reflected during her comments on Oprah’s OWN program “Where Do We Go from Here?” Your comments give the impression that you just haven’t been paying attention at all and it does you little credit.

Norrin wrote: “Is that not questionable and/or huckster behavior?”

No. It means that at first she just didn’t know, but when she did know, she adjusted her position. Questionable and/or huckster behavior is when people decide to double-down on foolishness even after they see they were wrong.

Norrin wrote: “… her failure to understand just how her inclusion of BLM (who by virtue of their scatterbrained-ness) kneecaps whatever pro-Reparations points she makes isn't something that anyone serious about Reparations can ignore. “

This doesn’t make a lick of sense considering her inclusion of BLM in the article was specifically regarding the current race riots triggered by police violence, which is what the whole world knows the organization for. Again, you lack insight.

Norrin wrote: “Also, given her level of influence, the fact that she doesn't know that her presumed petty ‘slights’ against Yvette and Tone…”

Stop. That was only light speculation on my part. Chances are the real reason they weren’t mentioned is because this article wasn’t designed as comprehensive profile on the Reparations topic. Nikole admitted that the paper pressured her to put out something sooner than she intended so they could have a formal response to the nation-wide civic unrest, so I suspect when the formal phase II component of #1619Project is published it will mention the #ADOS founders there.

Shams MarMar - Hannah Nicole is the safe play she said a lot of good things but she’s watered down and seemingly tries to avoid the word reparations

Muhammad Rasheed - She just wrote a high-profile Reparations article in which she literally said "It is time for reparations."

She's "watered down" because she is a journalist and not an activist. She uses her platform differently for the audience she has.

Kelvin McGahee - Norrin wrote: "BLM has very little to do with reparations. It is a scatterbrained org and anyone with a brain should be mindful of who finds them."

We should also be mindful of the Apologist for people like Nicole Hannah Jones. There’s this historical belief that we have to move politically with hat in hand on our knees begging for resources. The tea party elbowed their way into the political arena and didn’t care who the had to knock off the stage. It showed the republicans that they were willing to burn it all down if they had to.

The republicans gave into their demands.

There’s NO. A big ZERO proof that playing nice is going to get us anywhere.

Muhammad Rasheed - Kelvin wrote: “There’s this historical belief that we have to move politically with hat in hand on our knees begging for resources.”

What we need to do is unify politically under #ADOS and use our political capital to pressure government to commit to reparations and our Black Agenda using voting strategy like #VoteDownBallot and economic boycotts, none of which has anything to do with “hat in hand on our knees begging.”

Kelvin wrote: “The tea party elbowed their way into the political arena and didn’t care who the had to knock off the stage.”

White racists behave the savage way they do because, to their dismay, the black American descendants of slavery are more sophisticated than they are and when left alone can make the system work in our favor more efficiently than our rivals can. They bore witness to this fact hen we literally moved from slave to congressmen during the eight years of Reconstruction while they watched. It scared them to death.

Kelvin wrote: “There’s NO. A big ZERO proof that playing nice is going to get us anywhere.”

You’re a fool. White racists use the cheating tactics they are known for – vote suppression, domestic terror, bullying, land theft, market monopolization – precisely because playing the game correctly works so well for ADOS and they really can’t compete with us as equals. The entire point of racism is to hold us back so they can manufacture a faux-superiority lead.

What we actually need to focus on is a militia so we can protect ourselves from our enemy’s inevitable violence while we make the system work in our favor and piss them off.

Norrin Radd - Criminal justice reforms aren't anything new. Nor have they actually worked to reduce Mass Incarceration or make Black men and boys any less of a target by the State. Calls for reforms are a milquetoast response to this moment.

As I've never seen/read/heard Prof Darity express any explicit anti-Reparations ideas prior to his advocacy, I can't deny or confirm your assertions. Nor am I inclined to think that whatever Darity's stance on Reparations was, that it was akin to that of NHJ's. Also, NHJ's previous stance against Reparations is made that much more peculiar considering that it came after she'd already completed part one of her 1619 Project. The research she'd conducted for that project should have made obvious the need for Reparations or, at the very least, caused her to refrain from totally rejecting it as an option. The fact that it didn't, is telling.

While there are riots going on to be sure, where are there actual race riots taking place? Again, BLM and their dubious goings-on, while famous, only serve to redirect and diffuse the energy of the current moment. Any injection of them as a credible grassroots "organization" into what's supposed to be serious Reparations advocacy should raise eyebrows.

As I don't expect you to have insight into NHJ'S actual thought process, my response to your speculative assertions about her possibly petty motivations was made with the understanding that said motivations were speculative on your part.

Kelvin McGahee - @Norrin... This guy is a comedian. Notice how he believes a system created by white Supremacist is working in our favor.

Norrin Radd - @Kelvin... I just think he's wrong.

Muhammad Rasheed - Norrin wrote: “Criminal justice reforms aren't anything new.”

I didn’t say it was. What’s relevant is that there is currently a nation-wide civil unrest protest going on and the NY Times pressured their most celebrated writer Nikole to submit something to formally address it. Because the entire point of the nation-wide civil unrest was triggered by a police violence incident, it makes 100% sense that she initiated the piece from the BLM standpoint.

Norrin wrote: “Nor have they actually worked to reduce Mass Incarceration…”

They got the Obama administration to begin to put some laws in place to try to reverse the effects and that’s what AG Sessions made it his mission to immediately repeal his first hour in office.

You don't know enough.

Norrin wrote: “As I've never seen/read/heard Prof Darity express any explicit anti-Reparations ideas prior to his advocacy, I can't deny or confirm your assertions.”

Then just look it up. It’s part of his story.

Norrin wrote: “Nor am I inclined to think that whatever Darity's stance on Reparations was, that it was akin to that of NHJ's.”

Black public figures tend to be against Reparations by default because of decades of toxic ‘Integration’ propaganda against ADOS economic empowerment. Until they decide to break out of The Matrix and look the material up themselves the way Dr. Darity did and how NHJ is currently doing, they’ll just remain hostile against the idea by default without really even knowing why.

Norrin wrote: “Also, NHJ's previous stance against Reparations is made that much more peculiar considering that it came after she'd already completed part one of her 1619 Project.”

The focus of phase one was to demonstrate that ADOS were the only true American patriots who really believed in the nation’s highest ideals, whereas white people only ever cared about their own selfish selves while pretending to be patriots. The connection to Reparations was only obvious to us who were researched into it; NHJ was still getting there.

Norrin wrote: “The research she'd conducted for that project should have made obvious the need for Reparations…”

We can’t force people to be ready before they are ready.

Norrin wrote: “…or, at the very least, caused her to refrain from totally rejecting it as an option. The fact that it didn't, is telling."

All it meant was that at the time she didn’t know enough.

Norrin wrote: “While there are riots going on to be sure, where are there actual race riots taking place?”

A white cop killed an ADOS man in cold blood while he cried out for his dead mother. Of course the nature of this protest is of a race riot.

Norrin wrote: “Again, BLM and their dubious goings-on, while famous, only serve to redirect and diffuse the energy of the current moment. Any injection of them as a credible grassroots ‘organization’ into what's supposed to be serious Reparations advocacy should raise eyebrows.”

This article of Nikole’s functions as a public statement about the police violence-initiated protests on behalf of the NY Times, which demands a BLM focus by its nature. It also functioned as a teaser trailer for the upcoming Phase II #1619Project Reparations piece. Hopefully the finished work will properly anchor #ADOS and its founders in a place of honor.

Norrin wrote: “As I don't expect you to have insight into NHJ'S actual thought process…”

At this point I don’t expect you to have insight into anything at all.

Norrin wrote: “…my response to your speculative assertions about her possibly petty motivations was made with the understanding that said motivations were speculative on your part.”

The relevant part was that you then tried to run with it and argue against it as a definitive truth in a perfect imitation of something that slimy Zaid Jilani would do.

Muhammad Rasheed - Kelvin wrote: "Notice how he believes a system created by white Supremacist is working in our favor."

The facts of history reveal that the system wasn’t created by white supremacists, but was usurped by white supremacists for their own self-serving goals, even while ADOS worked hard to make the system function the way it was supposed to function for the people. Phase one of the #1619Project revealed that we wouldn't even have a country if it wasn’t for the patriotic efforts of ADOS, which of course strengthens our Reparations argument. That’s why there is currently a racist white liberal think tank trying to discredit and tear down Nikole’s work as we speak. I see no good in #ADOS members trying to help them tear her down. You two need to be more nuanced and discerning in your critiques.



See Also:

A Desperate War Against Truth

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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

No New Masters

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "No New Masters." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 23 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.


Zoe Hange - Um what?

Raymond Green - @Zoe... what some black think is not to be argued with. So let them go...

Muhammad Rasheed - Sketchy political agendas aren't to be explained apparently, just blindly & passionately fought for. If you attempt to explain them they will fall apart under the scrutiny of historical fact. Very interesting.

Thank you for your insights, Raymond.

Zoe Hange - Gay was never a white agenda and feminism encompasses everyone. Just because certain white feminists lost perspective doesn't mean it's representative of the entire movement. There is a black perspective as being black and gay isn't entirely the same as being white and gay. To say this is only for white people erases the experience of black lgbtq and women. Black culture never seems to address women's issues but is quick to tell black women that feminism isn't for them and that they're brainwashed. Based on that it's no surprise that black women are the most unprotected group in this country. It's no surprise that black trans women are killed at higher rates than black men by the police. And most of this occurs in our own communities.

Muhammad Rasheed - There's a clear difference between being a homosexual or a trans-person and the inherent societal struggles that come with these identities as they are made public in communities that refuse to understand them, versus the political maneuvering of the people in power who routinely exploit Black bodies to push their self-serving agendas that in the end, will only ever benefit the people in power.

[ARTCLE] Why can straight white men have sex with men without social consequences? | The Guardian

Zoe Hange - So then what's the political version of gay? I'm not reading that article.

Zoe Hange - You say they exploit black bodies but many revolutions in the gay and trans communities were led by black people and the history was whitewashed like in the stonewall movie. To tell someone they should stop fighting for equality to jump on the ados agenda is hypocritical. Do yall even care about gay people in the black community?

Zoe Hange - Do yall even care about black women? Harriet Tubman was an outspoken feminist. But black men will have us believe that feminism isn't for us.

Muhammad Rasheed - Zoe wrote: "I'm not reading that article."

Then why bother asking me any questions at all or pretend to anything other than the commitment to blindly/passionately fighting for a political agenda that I pointed out you were doing in the beginning?

Zoe wrote: "...but many revolutions in the gay and trans communities were led by black people..."

They were led and funded by white men in power who directed black people to do all the fighting for them. White men will be the sole beneficiaries of your hard-won efforts as they hide behind your face to pretend to be an oppressed minority to grift the system of extra rights. You will find your own position to have NOT CHANGED AT ALL. White men, regardless of sexual orientation, political party, religion, etc., will never tire of exploiting you. Ever.

Add your political capital to #ADOS and let's get our Reparations and economic inclusion into a protected ownership class as we deserve as the black American descendants of slavery. Then you can use your wealth to do whatever you like within the lifestyle of your choice, but know you that what you are fighting for right now will NEVER empower you in the least. Stop playing yourself.

Zoe Hange - That's not even true. I know the history. What you are putting out is nothing but a conspiracy theory.

Zoe Hange - Fuck ados. Yall just want money and not change

Muhammad Rasheed - It's 100% true and you only care about blind passion while eschewing facts as you've demonstrated here.

Grow up, Zoe.


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Nothing Like an Understanding

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Nothing Like an Understanding." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 23 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.


Mark Brown - So, I'm unclear, you seem really focused on homosexuality, what is it that is exactly you are referencing in your comics, looking for open discourse

Muhammad Rasheed - What I'm referencing is spelled out in full within the mini-series of toons themselves. If you look just a little deeper you'll see that they aren't focused on homosexuality at all, but instead on this failed concept of "allyship."

John Cichowski - Pitting two oppressed groups against each other with a mean spirted stereotype for LGBTQ figure.

Muhammad Rasheed - White men are not oppressed, John. Stop.

John Cichowski - The African American guy and the bald guy (who you have presented as a member of the LGBTQ community before). You are deflecting.

Muhammad Rasheed - The bald guy is a white male, John. White males are not an oppressed group. Please stop saying foolishness.

John Cichowski - You presented him before in one of your earlier drawings as a gay man.

Muhammad Rasheed - Dear John... White males are NOT an oppressed group regardless of sexual orientation, class status, religion, etc. Please only say what is actually true.

John Cichowski - So gay white men or Jewish white men are not or have never been oppressed? Wow . . . . just wow. I assume that the Nazi holocaust is something you are aware of? I know you believe that this was oppression in its worst form. I assume you an not a Holocaust denier of course.

Muhammad Rasheed - Dear John... Please note that several countries paid the Holocaust survivors reparations and came together to build them their very own independent nation-state. Today, the white Jew is the most economically successful ethnic group on the planet and the Israel lobby is the most powerful in Washington DC. I can see that you are very uncomfortable and are desperately trying to wrench the subject into a different direction so you can pretend to be an oppressed victim. smdh

White men are NOT an oppressed group, regardless of sexual orientation or religion. Please stop talking foolishness.

John Cichowski - How much did they pay the dead people? Are you saying Jewish men were not an oppressed group? Gay men do not face discrimination? I'm not sure that I am the foolish one here.

Muhammad Rasheed - Dear John... Experiencing discrimination is NOT synonymous with "oppression."

John Cichowski - I give up. You win. The white man is the devil. Speaking as a white man, I know this is true. You have revealed us to the world.

Muhammad Rasheed - You are a trip... smh


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Monday, June 22, 2020

Dance Moves Under the Pale Moonlight

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Dance Moves Under the Pale Moonlight." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 23 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Consequences for Deliberate Sociopathic Action

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Consequences for Deliberate Sociopathic Action." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 22 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.


Pat Augustine - Stereotypical characters intended to purposely alienate potential allies. It's your right to carry on alone, of course, but chasing people away who could have been on your side will only make the task harder. I have been a fan of your work for some time, but these seem particularly aimed at making sure nobody who isn't one of the "right people" tries to like you or your work. I'm sorry you feel that way. I'm sure I'll be a villain in some future strip, but I'm honestly not trying to be. Best of luck to you in the future. I like your art. I like the complexity of the multiple styles indicating different things. But I think purposely chasing allies away, and alienating them and their friends, might not be the best use of your time. Just my opinion, of course. You do you. I concede that I cannot possibly see the world through your eyes. We are all different, even if we are all the same, too.

Muhammad Rasheed - Pat wrote: "Stereotypical characters..."

In what way exactly?

Pat wrote: "intended to purposely alienate potential allies."

The so-called allies have driven themselves away with predatory grifting behaviors.

Pat wrote: "I'm sure I'll be a villain in some future strip, but I'm honestly not trying to be"

White men have been the bad guys for 400 yrs now and obviously they don't care. Why would you start to care now? lol

Pat wrote: "...but chasing people away who could have been on your side..."

Ah! But they have chased themselves away by merely pretending to be on my side. I don't have my Reparations, I'm not economically included, the racial wealth gap is wider than ever, and yet the LGBT community has used MY civil rights acts to gain more special rights for DOMINANT WHITE MEN WHO ALREADY MONOPOLIZE GOVERNMENT & INDUSTRY.

So all of your "chasing away potential allies" talk looks for all the world as if you are mocking me to my face. While smirking.


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Past Due Bill

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Past Due Bill." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 22 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Sunday, June 21, 2020

The Most Self-Serving 'Ally' of All

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "The Most Self-Serving 'Ally' of All." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 22 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Enter the Fast-Talking Thought Police

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Enter the Fast-Talking Thought Police." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 22 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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And the Letters Spell Out 'White Supremacy'

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "And the Letters Spell Out 'White Supremacy.'" Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 21 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.


Muhammad Rasheed - This means war.



LyriCáh Is-ADOS - I gave him a good reading but they immediately deleted my message.

Debra Ann Collins - Juneteenth was before you came out. IJS

Martin Jackson - alright it's time take more months. Since Juneteenth has gotten a lot of focus recently, we also make a big deal all of the end of slavery celebration that are different from state to state.

More black leaders need holidays

We can also have Black Pride month for the Black LGBT folks can celebrate without the racist. As well as a general Black pride month

Julian E Herring - June was also black music month before gay

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The Not-So-Undercover Effort to Turn Public Opinion Against Black Economic Inclusion

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "The Not-So-Undercover Effort to Turn Public Opinion Against Black Economic Inclusion." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 21 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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The Movie in Your Head Versus the Selfish Cowardice in Your Soul

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "The Movie in Your Head Versus the Selfish Cowardice in Your Soul." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 21 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Friday, June 19, 2020

Celebrate Juneteenth 2020

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Celebrate Juneteenth 2020." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 19 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.


See Also:

Celebrate Juneteenth 2019

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Thursday, June 18, 2020

Fear of a Competitive Planet

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Fear of a Competitive Planet." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 18 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Self-Appointed Guardian of White Entitlement & Dabber of White Tears

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Self-Appointed Guardian of White Entitlement & Dabber of White Tears." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 18 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Faux-Solutions of Weaponized Discussion

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Faux-Solutions of Weaponized Discussion." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 17 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Risk Response Plan of White Supremacy

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Risk Response Plan of White Supremacy." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 17 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Sacrificing the One White for the Self-Interests of the Richest Whites

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Sacrificing the One White for the Self-Interests of the Richest Whites." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 17 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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The Low, Low Value of Half-Assed 'Solutions'

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "The Low, Low Value of Half-Assed 'Solutions'." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 17 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.


The foremost expert on the Reparations topic is Dr. William "Sandy" Darity, Jr., who has published the definitive work. There's no need at all for armchair Internet philosophers to magically conjure woefully deficient, scared to offend white people type "reparation solutions" when serious scholarship has already been done at the highest levels. If we're actually serious about eradicating the multi-generational accrued race-based economic damage done to the black American descendants of slavery, then we need to get smart on the subject and advocate for it for real.

American Descendants of Slavery (#ADOS)

1.) From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century

2.) Resurrecting the Promise of 40 Acres: The Imperative of Reparations for Black Americans
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Saturday, June 13, 2020

Always Racist

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Always Racist." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 13 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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That Ole Greed-Fueled Double-Standard

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "That Ole Greed-Fueled Double-Standard." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 13 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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The Grift That Keeps on Griftin'

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "The Grift That Keeps on Griftin'." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 13 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Champions of Reparations

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Champions of Reparations." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 13 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Friday, June 12, 2020

Marshalling the Forces of Evil Against Truth

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Marshalling the Forces of Evil Against Truth." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 12 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Thursday, June 11, 2020

The Shocking True Source of Racism

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CITATION
Rasheed, Muhammad. "The Shocking True Source of Racism." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 12 Jun 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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