Why Black Weirdos Are Real and a Postracial Society Is Not by Charles Mudede – Seattle Features – The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper

Erik Blood, a local producer who has worked with the Moondoggies, Shabazz Palaces, and THEESatisfaction, and also released his own albums, thinks of the phrase \”postracial\” as the \”desire for white liberals to somehow overcome history, the negative portions of it, and particularly the treatment of African Americans and Africans. But what\’s funny to me is Obama gets elected and it has a huge historical implication, it\’s an important event. But when something wonderful happens for the black community, it does not erase history.\”

via Why Black Weirdos Are Real and a Postracial Society Is Not by Charles Mudede – Seattle Features – The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper.

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