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“BAIT CAR” IS DRIVEN BY FUNKIN’ RACIAL PROFILING

“BAIT CAR” IS DRIVEN BY FUNKIN’ RACIAL PROFILING

I found myself with a touch of insomnia last night, so I turned on the tube and began surfing until I felt sleepy.  I land on “Tru-TV” and see flashing lights from police cars.  “What’s this?  Did TruTV pick up ‘Cops’”?  I soon realize that’s not the case.  It’s a show called “Bait Car.”

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Fall Short List

Fall Short List

Now that summer is over, I’ve given some thought to my short list of fall adventures. I will be heading north to one of my favorite spots on the eastern seaboard, Captain Scott’s Lobster Dock in New London, Connecticut. I traveled the Connecticut coast line last summer. I must say that Connecticut has some of the best public and private beaches around. The water is beautiful and clean and the seafood is exceptional. Captain Scott’s is worth the 3 hour drive coming and going.

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Black Pearls from the 1970s by Prof. William H. Foster III, Comic Book Historian

Black Pearls from the 1970s by Prof. William H. Foster III, Comic Book Historian

 

A Tribute to Black Women

One of the best things about researching the historical Images of Blacks in Comics is that I never know when I am going to find an unknown treasure. Such was the case when I found the following two volumes written by Sister Carolyn Jetter Greene and illustrated by Don C. Eaton.

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