“My family watched that horrific video of Justine. The things that monster did to her are unforgivable. We demand remuneration for the damages inflicted to her.” Continue reading Police Chief Implicated in Shooting Video
Move aside Fruitvale Station, the black experience has been dissected in a Fringe play. Grey, directed and written by Chantal Forde. A white passing, racially ambiguous, redbone. Who felt qualified creating a piece about a young black man’s struggle out of the ghetto. Color me skeptical. Urban reporter extraordinaire. Led to the venue by a mixture of personal and journalistic curiosity. “Never really understood the whole dark skinned / … Continue reading Grey Review: Black Play for White People
“Exchanging isn’t exactly the most attractive option either. I know what goes on in that back room.” Continue reading Electronics Store Pawns Defective Goods
“Before common sense prevails I hop a chain link fence and enter bush. The forest is thick, and branches are tearing at my clothes. Obama forgive me, I’m illegally immigrating.” Continue reading Trumping U.S. Border Patrol
“The audience appreciates not having to hear someone spend five minutes talking about their dick….The host throws up a signal; I’m next. Time for my big debut.” Continue reading How to Get Banned from a Comedy Club
The tributes are all shepherded into a small room. Black, Hispanic, Asian; a plethora of different ethnicities represented. Some are even white. A panel of judges sit opposite, their eyes and clipboards already appraising. This was an audition, so why the hell did it feel like a gladiator pit? Oh right, only one of us is being cast. Such is the entertainment industry. We are … Continue reading White People are Turning Diversity into the Hunger Games
“Rachel called 911 and reported seeing a shooting in progress. Based on details from the vision, the police we’re able arrive on the scene and apprehend the gunman” Continue reading Rachel Dolezal On Urban Crime; Real Life Minority Reporter.