Tag Archives: Slaves

THE HISTORY OF “RACE BAITING”

THE HISTORY OF “RACE BAITING”

A long time friend of mine sent me this video on Facebook.  It’s incredible because it breaks down the root of bigotry, the dynamics of the caste system in America and it’s guiding force through media, in less than 12 minutes.  Narrated by actor Matthew Cook, there’s nothing I can really add, as he puts it all into perspective.

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How Slavery and African Food Traditions Shaped American Cooking

How Slavery and African Food Traditions Shaped American Cooking

The Museum Of UnCut Funk celebrates the contributions of Africans and their culinary expertise during slavery. This article was written by Karen Pinchin for National Geographic.

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The History of Barbeque

The History of Barbeque

The BBQ season is almost here. Get the grills fired up!!!

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Django UnChained – The Comic Book

Django UnChained – The Comic Book

I’m a big Quentin Tarantino fan and have been for years. Why? Because he loves Blaxploitation, he gets it and like the Museum Of UnCut Funk he pays homage to it…through his films. I saw Django Unchained and I loved it. It was a funny, brutal love story that happened to have slavery as a back drop. I haven’t seen the original but I plan to.

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