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Satoshi Kanazawa: The Japanese Rush Limbaugh

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Dr. Satoshi Kanazawa (the guy that blogged: “The power of female choice: “Why fat chicks get laid more.”) is at it again with his latest discriminatory piece of pseudo-science entitled “Why Are Black Women Rated Less Physically Attractive Than Other Women, But Black Men Are Rated Better Looking Than Other Men?” I have provide the…

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StarrWulf: Thoughts on Japan and the World 1 Week Later

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Hey BT’ers! An insightful and honest observation on being in Japan during the earthquake and tsunami from Jason a.k.a. @starrwulf on Twitter. He says: “Ever since the Great Kanto-Tohoku Disaster took place, I have had some things I wanted to say–to explain where I was, what I felt, and how I feel now… It’s taken…

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Disaster in Japan – The Rest of the Story!

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Here is a video, “Yokohama, Japan. 2 days after the quake..,,” posted by StarrWulfe/J.L.Gatewood at Ran Magazine and a fellow Jarhead back in the day, Onmugen, as they took a drive around their area of Yokohama to complete some errands. You can find additional postings via twitter @starrwulfe (http://twitter.com/starrwulfe) and @onmugen (http://twitter.com/onmugen). The second video is Shux…

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Black Scholars Who Make a Specialty of Asian Studies Revisited

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[Originally posted in June 2008. Revisited for Black History Month] I received the following question from a new BT reader this afternoon. He asked: “Why do you find Japan so fascinating?” My quick reply to the question: “I find Japanese history and culture fascinating, the Japanese interesting (from a sociological point-of-view) and life in Japan,…

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Blackness in Flux in Okinawa

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Did the poster above throw you for a loop? It’s taken from a photo of the MLK memorial march in Okinawa, Japan during January 1972.  I think I will print and frame the photo for my podcast studio. Via the Grits and Sushi blog, you will find information on what is sure to be a…

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