The white racist guide to talking to blacks about race

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How to talk to black people about race as ably shown by the white racists on this blog:

Things to know: 

  1. Blacks are emotional thinkers – They are not objective and neutral like white people. They do not care about facts and reasons. They are like children: they measure truth by their feelings. They see the world as they wish it were – with themselves starring as the Eternal Historical Victims.
  2. They are brainwashed by their leaders – Racism died in the 1960s but their leaders maintain power by brainwashing them into thinking racism is still holding them back.
  3. They live in the past – why else would they keep bringing up Ancient History, like slavery or Jim Crow? History has nothing to do with the present.
  4. They want to make whites feel guilty – so they can get handouts instead of pulling themselves up by their bootstraps like…

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Black woman shot dead; body is dragged on the ground attached to the bumper of a police car!

Black Women of Brazil

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Note from BW of Brazil: What the…?!?!? Why does it seem that police atrocities in Brazil, particularly in Rio, seem to always get worse? It almost seems as if they are purposely trying to outdo their previous act. Seriously, I would really like to know how and why Brazil was awarded the World Cup and the Olympics. Of course, the most popular response would be the country’s rise to the sixth spot of the world’s largest economies. But with this type of thing going on, is that all that matters?!?! Just so you know, these types of acts that totally disregard decency or respect of human life have been going on for decades, centuries in reality if you go back to the 1530s when the Portuguese starting importing African slaves. It would be a tragic joke if someone had made the following story up, but the actual tragedy…

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Homemade Mexican Salsa Verde

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There are two ways to make Mexican salsa, one with red ripe tomatoes and the other using tomatillo, (pronounced “toe-mah-TEE-yo”). This recipe with give you both options…

Tomatillo Salsa Verde

Tomatillo Salsa Verde Recipe

To cook the tomatillos, you can either roast them in the oven, or boil them, or just blend them raw! Roasting will you that nice roasted flavor; boiling or just having them raw is faster. I had tried all these methods and all taste great and works well!

INGREDIENTS
  • 1 1/2 lb tomatillos / optional red ripe tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup chopped white onion
  • 1/2 cup cilantro leaves / parsely if you don’t have cilantro available
  • 1 Tbsp fresh lime juice – I use more, I like that lime taste!
  • 1/2 – 1 tsp of cumin
  • 2 Jalapeño peppers OR 2 serrano peppers, stemmed, seeded and chopped (you can use whole pepper for more heat)
  • 2 garlic cloves (more if…

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DIY Recipe: Coconut Milk Shampoo

DIY Recipe: Coconut Milk Shampoo.

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Infographic: How to Co-Wash Natural Hair

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Co-Wash Natural Hair

UPDATE: We’ve been getting a lot of questions about which co-washes or cleansing conditioners we would recommend, so we wanted to help! While it’s imperative that you find the right conditioner that works for your unique hair, here are a few products we’ve heard nothing but good things about 🙂

Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Co-Wash Conditioning Cleanser
Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk Nourishing & Conditioning Cleansing Conditioner
EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Cleansing CoWash
Soultanicals Curlplay – Intense Cowash Treatment
Koils by Nature Ultra Moisturizing CocoAloe Deep Conditioner

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Lost Tribe on small Island in the Indian Ocean remain virtually untouched by modern civilization.

Lost Tribe on small Island in the Indian Ocean remain virtually untouched by modern civilization..

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Quest for the Perfect Curl

Q:  I’m wondering if you ever use flaxseed gel and if so, what are your thoughts?

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