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Darryl Walker Jr

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How to Become a Prison Penpal Today

Folks who are behind bars suffer the highest forms of isolation and alienation. For those who are willing and able - I strongly suggest you become prison penpals. The organization Black & Pink compiles and maintains a database of predominantly... Continue Reading →

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White Supremacy: What Counts As “Genocide”?

I want to add a few thoughts to the article being circulated titled "Yes, What Israel is Doing to Palestinians is Actually Genocide" - because the author omits some important points about race and genocide. I did a presentation in... Continue Reading →

Beyond the Profit Motive: The Anti-blackness of Orthodox Marxism

Since some folks still haven't gotten the memo, here are a few words about class reductive analyses: 1. There comes a time where one needs to realize that the profit motive lacks explanatory power in the face of anti-blackness. Orthodox... Continue Reading →

Schizophrenia and the Racist View of Sanity

Black men are significantly more likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia than other subsets of the population. Schizophrenia, according to the DSM-5, is a chronic mental illness that makes it difficult for a person to distinguish reality from falsehood. It... Continue Reading →

Why Are Black People Always Late?

A pervasive stereotype is the idea that black people are always late. I am not interested in whether or not this is true - I am interested in why this idea arose and why it remains dominant. Animals do not... Continue Reading →

Charlottesville: American Fascism is Nothing New

To combat the terrorism in Charlottesville, we at least need to be honest. While it is great that most people are outraged, I am disturbed by the lack of institutional memory and discourse on American exceptionalism. For example, Elizabeth Warren... Continue Reading →

Can Black People Appropriate Culture?

We cannot have a discussion about culture, or cultural appropriation, without first having a discussion about structural positions. And by that, I simply mean our way of being as races. Ontology will always determine and shape culture. Racialized slavery stripped... Continue Reading →

Whiteness Under Siege: Attacking Affirmative Action

The Justice Department is planning to investigate affirmative action programs at universities and sue them for "discrimination against white applicants." 1). There is no such thing as 'reverse racism'. White supremacy is a system of power created by white people for white... Continue Reading →

The Black Deadbeat: Debunking Myths of Fatherhood

Happy belated Father's Day! To celebrate, lets try to debunk the stereotype of black "deadbeat daddies." Keep the following points in mind:   1). Contrary to popular misconception, black men are involved in the lives of their children. A study... Continue Reading →

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