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News, discussion and opinion on various topics or issues related to the past and current history and culture of the Black Diaspora.

Nicola Furlong Verdict Discussion, Part 2 of 3

Part two of a three-part discussion on the evidence, legal proceedings and outcome of the Nicola Furlong case and trial. Special insight from an assistant professor of forensic medicine and forensic scientist that has previously worked at the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office as a Criminologist conducting forensic toxicology. If you are not familiar with… Keep Reading

Nicola Furlong Verdict Discussion, Part 1 of 3

Part one of a three-part discussion on the evidence, legal proceedings and outcome of the Nicola Furlong case and trial. Special insight from an assistant professor of forensic medicine and forensic scientist that has previously worked at the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office as a Criminologist conducting forensic toxicology. If you are not familiar with… Keep Reading

Loco in Yokohama: Sh*t Apologist Say…

Another interesting and “calling-it-like-it-is” post from Baye McNeil a.k.a. Loco in Yokohama on “Shit Apologist Say About The Empty/Gaijin Seat + Some Intentionally Silly Stuff.” Are Loco and the YouTube presenters on point? http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dnf16MhZcvs#! Summation: “Embrace the Gaijin Seat, Don’t get offended.” Loco’s commentary on the Inaka Blues YouTube video: “I bet this guy would… Keep Reading

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Reexamining “Niggas and Japs by Dex Digital”

Part of a myriad of stories on blackness in Japan, Dex Digital [@dexdigi on Twitter] brings us "Niggas and Japs - Race, Identity, and the Right Wing in Japanese Hip-Hop." 日本語版もやろうかなぁと思ってるけど、果たして需要があるのかな… Keep Reading

Nicola Furlong Case: 19-Year-Old Guilty of Murder in Japan

The family of Nicola Furlong feels justice has not been served after the 19-year-old American musician on trial in their daughter’s death was sentenced to 5-10 years with labor, less 120-days for time served in detention, for murder. This sentence is what the Prosecutor, Kenji Horikoshi, called for during the closing arguments of trial. Keep Reading

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