The real face of Hollaback and so-called street harassment – a sneering, entitled, culturally tone deaf and incorrigibly racist, white chick.
Black men who are drawn from Black America’s most marginalized sections are lifting their voices and being heard, presenting another side to the blue pill narrative.
Feminists may rarely be consistent about anything, but one thing Black feminists rarely fail to do: throw Black men under the bus.
Zerlina Maxwell throws Black men under the bus for her own personal profit. Mumia Ali calls her on her crap.
Mumia Ali lays out his particular take on the psychology of the Black feminist, where it comes from, and, finally, how it manifests in real time—what he refers to as the Ms. Ann syndrome.
The campaign to end “street harassment” is an ongoing war on males, particularly males on the lower end of the socioeconomic ladder. Mumia Ali gives the downlow on what’s really going on.
The stereotype of the “strong Black woman” has some interesting consequences for Black men that play out in “street harassment.”
“Yes Means Yes,” a campaign to criminalize most everyday sexual activity, appears to have its roots in the kinkier side of human sexuality.
The issue of child abuse is inextricably woven into intimate partner abuse and virtually all forms of social violence. Mumia Ali goes where most people are afraid to go in discussing it.
Rapper Deniro Farrar has released his ode to the single mothers of Black America’s community. Mumia Ali thinks it’s very illuminating, but not necessarily in the way some people think.