Friday, September 16, 2022

Fight Anti-Black American Hate Propaganda with an Economic Boycott of 'The Woman King' Movie

 

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Fight Anti-Black American Hate Propaganda with an Economic Boycott of 'The Woman King' Movie." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 17 Sep 2022. Permanent marker w/Adobe Photoshop color.


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Viola Davis - So.....here it is. The Agojie. The Warriors. Enjoy


Muhammad Rasheed - This movie is terrible. It glorifies one of the key Trans-Atlantic Slave Trading groups. It insults the Black Diaspora in general and especially the American Descendants of Slavery (#ADOS). 

#BoycottTheWomanKing #TheWomanKing #StopBlackAmericanHate

Clifton Hatchett - You saw this already?

Where's it streaming?

Muhammad Rasheed - ???

I don't give a sh*t where it's streaming. I'm boycotting this disrespectful nonsense.

Clifton Hatchett - What's a matter with you?

I wanna see what's gotten you this upset.

How long is it?

How's the acting?

Muhammad Rasheed - Clifton wrote: "What's a matter with you?"

Systemic racism and affiliates.

Clifton wrote: "I wanna see what's gotten you this upset."

Systemic racism and affiliates.

Clifton wrote: "How long is it?"

Who gives a sh*t? I'm boycotting this disrespectful nonsense.

Clifton wrote: "How's the acting?"

Viola's acting performance is probably amazing. Who gives a sh*t? I'm boycotting this disrespectful nonsense.

Clifton Hatchett - Sooooooooo

You haven't even seen it?

That's weird bro.

Muhammad Rasheed - You appear to be confused over what a "boycott" is. I'm not watching a film that glorifies the top slave trading tribe that sold my people to the European trading companies.

Any Black American who gives those 3 white women producers their money for this disrespectful trash is "weird."

Mikaili Kamau - It’s estimated that from the 1720s until 1852, when the British imposed a naval blockade, Dahomey’s rulers sold hundreds of thousands of people from neighboring tribes and nations to the British, French, Portuguese, and others. (The untold story of the international slave trade.)

“By the 1800s, contemporary accounts of them is that their uniforms were so similar to their male counterparts, people fighting against them don’t realize they’re women until they’re up close in hand-to-hand combat,” Toler says. “They most likely wore long shorts, a tunic, and a cap, not the sexualized almost bathing suits you’d see in modern-day depictions of female warriors.”

@BBSewsandGames - Y'all went to see 12 Years a Slave, Roots, Rosewood, and many other movies with Black people enslaved without a problem, but are going to  #BoycottWomanKing? This is how you know misogynoir is real!

Muhammad Rasheed - This is ignorant. 12 Years a Slave, Roots, Rosewood, etc., are movies about the struggles of ADOS in the USA. This dahomian foolishness glorifies the xenophobic sociopaths who sold our ancestors to VOC. 

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