Daily Archives: February 16, 2020

Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: The Fixx

Sometimes it’s unfortunate how a band is remembered.  Like many people I know the band for their biggest hit, “One Thing Leads To Another.”  It’s a great song and one that any band would have been happy to have as … Continue reading

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Book Review: So You Want To Talk About Race?

So You Want To Talk About Race?, by Ijeoma Oluo This book is one where I disagree on a great deal with the author, but one where I find the author’s humanity shines through despite her persistent unwillingness to understand … Continue reading

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Book Review: White Negroes

White Negroes:  Wen Cornrows Were In Vogue…And Other Thoughts On Cultural Appropriation, by Lauren Michele Jackson This book seems to come from a point of view of envy.  A great deal about leftist discourse can be understood from its desire … Continue reading

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Book Review: Questioning Cultural Appropriation

Questioning Cultural Appropriation, by Jonita Davis This is a book written out of fear.  It almost goes without saying that the author and I have diametrically opposite views when it comes to matters of cultural appropriation.  What for the author … Continue reading

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