Zaaaackly! that n-word pass is null and void in 99.9% of the vicinities outside their personal relationship. & lol @ “in case you want to run for governor one day.” Interesting thing is, with the Zulu tradition in New Orleans, that might not hurt em. Might even help em.
Great informative article Sharonda. Thank you.
The biggest problem I have with Zulu blackface (period, much less in mixed company), as a New Orleanian, is the murky standard it sets for racialized discourse/exchange in an already grossly racist and inequitable city. In the past few years of heightened racial sensitivity…
Thanks John. I don’t know about Duke or anything like that but I’m open to it. Wherever the word can be of service. Thanks for adding the spirit of Sobukwe to this conversation. I’ll be adding him to my future studies to inform future struggle. Mo dupe O!
I don’t have one but Take Em Down NOLA does here: http://takeemdownnola.org. Unfortunately the funding part is down at the moment but stay tuned for its return soon. If you want to support my writing you can purchase my book of poetry here: https://squareup.com/store/a-scribe-called-quess
Thanks for the support!