@chescaleigh always hits the nail on the head. This is why we love black satire; we have an amazing ability to shed light on the workings of white supremacy through the use of humor.
Franchesca Ramsey stars in this hysterical MTV sketch about the whitesplaining phenomenon that seems to be running rampant through our classes, newsfeeds, timelines and conversations with friends when the topic turns to racial matters. Favorite quote: "Silence! I have the talking stick. And I saw 12 Years a Slave."
The discovery of briny water on Mars means that we are 1/1000000 steps on our way to colonizing Mars because the red planet really needs to be colonized. Yay! Here are several things that might happen if white supremacists get to Mars first (but then again that has never really mattered):
Welcome to the United Colonies of Mars
A hysterical response to the exhaustion black people can feel in contentious racial times. Does any of this ring true for you too?
There was once a little girl from Montana named Rachel Dolezal and every day she prayed that her skin would get darker, her lips fuller, and her hair would get the kink necessary to get the Janet Jackson braids she'd always dreamed of. Her dreams took her so far that she managed to become head of the local NAACP chapter in Spokane and an Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies. She apparently even plopped on a curly wig and went "natural".
It is ok girl, we don't understand whats going on either. First comes cultural appropriation and then comes identity theft.
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