Tag Archives: Civil War

The Privileged, The Pompous, Derailed and Delusional (PPDD)

The Privileged, The Pompous, Derailed and Delusional (PPDD)

My initial idea for this piece was to describe those in its title. I became part of a stream that featured them instead, enabling us to read their thoughts, as they scribed their ideas and beliefs themselves. From a friend’s Facebook page who realized she’s going to have to re-evaluate some friends…

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Atlanta Race Riot circa 1906

Atlanta Race Riot circa 1906

The Atlanta Race Riot of 1906 was a mass civil disturbance in Atlanta, Georgia, USA which began the evening of September 22nd and lasted until September 26th.

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The Black Sheet Music Exhibition

The Black Sheet Music Exhibition Banner

Taking A Musical Cakewalk Through Our Racism Filled Past.

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Blacks, The Military and Comics Books Circa Civil War, 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s

Blacks, The Military and Comics Books Circa Civil War, 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s

 

In a time of debt ceiling debates, federal budget cuts and the possible reduction in US military spending, I thought it would be befitting to highlight some of the koolest military / war related comic books I could find, many of which are archived in the collection of The Museum of UnCut Funk. As I continue to research military comics and their portrayal of Blacks and other minorities, The Museum of Uncut Funk has created an online exhibition of the comic books presented in this blog.

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