Saturday, February 10th 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific
Black History Month 2018 commenced with the city of Philadelphia celebrating it’s first Super Bowl championship – and promptly being castigated by many news outlets for mobs of alleged Eagles’s fans marauding and looting in the streets in honor of the football triumph. Automobile titan Dodge was also chastised for exploiting the legacy of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in a Super Bowl commercial peddling vehicles. The area of entertainment dominated the week with the release of Marvel’s Black Panther. Much like the 2017 smash Get Out, the portrayal of black “superheroes” who use their time and energy to support justice is being promoted globally and critically celebrated. Speaking of a “superhero,” PBS released a spectacular documentary on South African icon Winnie Mandela. The film details her philosophy on counter-violence, her decades of service to counter-racism, and the coordinated and international efforts Whites made to neutralize and dominate the Mandelas, all black people. Apartheid-style violence was on display in Gus’s Seattle, Washington, where a black male was mauled with a baseball bat by White Terrorists. The Race Soldiers were allegedly motivated to violence because the black male was rumored to be sexually involved with a White Woman.
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