Friday, April 28, 2023

Why is Modern 'Progress' Indistinguishable From Regular Ole Self-Serving White Supremacy?


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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Why is Modern 'Progress' Indistinguishable From Regular Ole Self-Serving White Supremacy?" Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 28 Apr 2023. Permanent marker w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Ashanti Ghania - That’s not everyone. Yes, marriage between a white man and a black woman is rare but it does exist: George Lucas to Melody Hobbs and David Bowie to Iman among others.

Gen X era black men abandoned black women and married outside the race in droves unless we looked like Lisa Bonet. Why can’t black women find their princes elsewhere?

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "That’s not everyone."

The cartoon isn't talking about everyone, just the ones that inspired it.

Ashanti Ghania - Can you draw a distinction? Otherwise, this cartoon is very hurtful to “nervous marriages”.

Muhammad Rasheed - No.

Ashanti Ghania - Expect a backlash then. Then again, you must be used to it.

Muhammad Rasheed - It's usually triggered rage that inspires me to create.

I do not even remotely share your concerns on this topic.

Ashanti Ghania - It’s your reputation…

Muhammad Rasheed - I will die on the anti-racism hill, especially over *ANY* items merely pretending to be "progress."

Ashanti Ghania - I’ll die exposing underfunded parenting due to abandonment of black women by heat-seeking bachelors—-ESPECIALLY when in the case of reverse racism.

Muhammad Rasheed - There's no such thing as "reverse racism." That's a MAGA talking point.

All we have are attacks on the Black American Family we need to fight against. The white liberal narrative of what that fight is supposed to be has always been an anti-Black racist weapon. Our job is to learn how to stop swallowing it and reacting to it, male & female.

In the meanwhile, I'm going to viciously attack the parts I personally hate the most, with complete indifference whose tears fall from the clash.


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