Malcolm X’s The House Negro And The Field Negro speech was delivered in 1965 in Selma, Alabama. It happened while Martin Luther King Jr. was held in jail for his famous march on Selma. Malcolm X gave this speech to young protesters who received it very well. Continue reading
Little Black Sambo, produced in 1935 by UB Iworks Studio, is a controversial book and cartoon containing racist stereotypes typical of the time. Due to its racist overtones the short film shows up on many banned cartoons and racist cartoons lists. Continue reading
By Adewale Adekanbi Jr.
The Simpsons lays a glove on Donald Trump once more, this time taking aim at the administration over the recent debacle surrounding former FBI Director James Comey. Continue reading
Fresh off of his fat joke about the President at the Vatican on Wednesday morning, Pope Francis stops by The Late Show to keep the Trump burns rolling.
Donald Trump reviews his accomplishments from his first 100 days in office. Continue reading
The Yoruba version of the Bino and Fino educational cartoon for children. Continue reading
When BD’s old buddy, maverick “Sweet Sweetback” filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles, gears up to shoot his next blaxploitation movie in the Community, everyone’s excited to help out – except Bill Cosby! Continue reading
During his weekend retreat to Mar-a-Lago, Cartoon Donald Trump gets some sage tweeting advice from Cartoon Richard Nixon and Cartoon Abraham Lincoln. Continue reading
The Wizard of Watts is a TV special of Black Dynamite an animated adult themed television series. Although the series is based on the 2009 film of the same name, it developed a separate continuity with some back-references to the film. Continue reading
There’s a new nightly ritual at The White House, and it might be the most disturbing thing we’ve seen yet from this administration. Continue reading