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“Colored” Context

African Americans and Latinos say they don't trust the media to tell their stories well. No surprise, there. Or, at least, there shouldn’t be. A report recently released by the Media Insight Project revealed 75 percent of African Americans said they believed news coverage of their communities was only moderately-to-slightly accurate, if at all. Sixty-six percent of … [Read More...]

Culture & History

Politics & Current Events


Your Check’s In the Mail

Reading Atlantic Monthly columnist Ta-Nehisi Coates' excellent take on making the case for reparations reminded me that any debate involving the award of punitive, … [Read More...]

Racism & Pan-Africanism

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Little Blue Pill

In the sci-fi thriller “The Matrix”, a movie that’s essentially a metaphor for Spiritual Awakening, (as intended by Sophia Stewart, the franchise’s true creator) Morpheus tells Neo: “…You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and … [Read More...]

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The Trojan Horse

It’s already been established Asis Chronicle doesn’t do "politically correct", so it should surprise no one to hear us say this: We are SO not down with the latest so-called trend in “men’s fashion” that says Black males wearing skirts in public is an … [Read More...]