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Black reporter goes off on Racist White Reported on Fox Face Off

Of course it was about race… If that were a little 14 yr old white girl, he NEVER would have done this…NEVER. This should not have happened justifiably to ANY child… No adult should ever stoop to this level. I don’t care if she pushed his arm or kicked him, he is the Adult and she is a child. He deserved everything he Got, including the teacher and vice principle who NEVER should have called a police on a girl for having a cell phone out. #Hate it!

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B.R.U.H.: Black Renditions of Universal Heroes (2016)

“The following pages lend insight and inspiration into this philosophy, as these illustrations break down exactly what BRUH means: Black Renditions of Universal Heroes. 

You’ll probably notice that all of them are women. I could’ve said heroine and you may ask why I don’t use this word, but then I’d have some questions for you.”

By Markus Prime

Get it  now here and leave a review if you can.


Markus Prime challenges the norm of illustrations often seen, by filling the disparity of black characters. His characters are constructed in a hyper reality setting and utilizes present day narratives from black culture. Born in Warren, Ohio and the son of military parents, Prime moved regularly to different areas within the United States and overseas. During each stay he would connect with those through his love for art and music. 

Social media provided Markus a localized medium to visually communicate and remain connected with those he met on and offline. His expert use with markers and infectious personality has made his social handles a meeting place for art and culture lovers. 


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The first black-owned comic book store on the East Coast is owned and managed by a black woman named Ariell Johnson!!!

(In an interview with Philly.com) "We will be a legit store, so expect to see the heavy hitters that we all know and love,“ she said. "But in addition to those usual suspects, we want to showcase diverse comics, creators, and characters. We think that comics are for everyone and anyone that loves comics-women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community.” 

Congratulations to her and if you’re in the Philly area or plan on visiting, stop by Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse!!!

I hate bougie Black people.

U go to college? Cool.
U dress dapper? Cool.
U drink merlot with every meal? Cool.

Do you. But don’t shit on other Black people who either can’t afford to do what u do or simply don’t wanna. Ur not special…..

I see so many Black boys/men dress dapper and condemn hood niggas….. But who make sure they know every Future lyric? Who be down with the latest slang? Mkay.