Michael Trumps Discrimination

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 This is a repost of Taylor Jackson’s powerful insight into: Michael and Trump August 29, 2016 Hello again MJ fans. A thought just occurred to me and I had to rush to write it down. Whenever I discover something new about Michael I always get this elated feeling. I become thirsty for analysis of his behavior and career moves. I recently came across an article detailing Donald Trump’s long history of racism. MJ only hung out with Trump to later call him out … Read More

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Bernie, Trump, and Michael Jackson

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Fasten your seatbelt: this might be a tad provocative. But give me a chance to explain why these names are connected and critical in this moment. Bernie and Trump are both tapping into something powerful and important. There are a lot of angry white men in this country who believe they’ve been screwed, and they’re right. Though they have some privilege, being white and male doesn’t protect them from a system which systematically crashes and burns. Turns out they are … Read More

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Who Gave You the Right to Take Intrusion?

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A highly recommended repost from Dancing with the Elephant Lisha:  In a previous post we talked about the evolution of Michael Jackson’s Ghosts, from an unfinished cross-promotional short film for Addams Family Values to a 38-minute musical masterpiece, which curiously, never received a proper release. Both films depict a small town Mayor leading an angry mob as they attempt to force the local “weirdo” out of his home and out of town. Unfortunately, the storyline hits terribly close to home … Read More

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“Black HIStory” (Or, Why I Think Black People Need To Re-Introduce Themselves to Michael Jackson”)

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Y. M. Fourney posted this incredible blog for Black History Month last year at Confessions of a Crazy MJ Fan.  I didn’t have a blog back then, but I do now, and I’m thrilled to share her post with you all this February. – Keely Settle in, Loves…. This is about to be one bumpy ride. I did not plan to write this particular blog for Black History Month, but three happenings I witnessed on social media pretty much forced … Read More

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Dear Hollywood: Michael Jackson Was Black (and Proud)

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A repost of A. K. Staggers powerful blog. As submitted to the Huffington Post Blog The casting of a white man as Michael Jackson in a TV series set in 2001 is more than unnerving. It is actually a complete contradiction of who MJ was in 2001 and throughout his life. The year 2001 was a year, that if you look and listen to Jackson himself, he was nothing but a black man ringing the alarm about racism in the … Read More

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