Whenever Justin Bieber shares a moment of self-reflection or has a fleeting awareness of his place in the world, we should support him in his efforts. It’s not easy to fight off the strong impulses to behave like an ignorant bro. Continue reading “We should welcome any and all self-reflection that Justin Bieber can muster”
I came across the following tweet today and thought that it makes a powerful statement on race in a succinct, clear manner; a reality check in eight words: “Black culture is popular, black people are not,” Continue reading “Black culture is popular, black people are not”
This year’s NBA playoffs has been the best first round series in NBA history. Continue reading “Here’s some Justin Bieber images in NBA team hats, jerseys, and bball caps”
Twitter can be a powerful social tool; anyone can share their feelings at any moment, tweet their opinion about any event, from anywhere.
Because Twitter works on that impulse, the reactions can also provide a window into the brain of the tweeter. And taking those related tweets together, one can also get a sense of the collective mindset. Continue reading “The 12 most infamous racist tweets, ‘Twitter attacks’ on Asians”
You know that footage of teenage girls at a boy band concert where they’re visibly shaking, holding up signs made of glitter, wearing homemade shirts, screaming ‘I love you’ at the top of their lungs, all the while on the verge of fainting from all the adrenaline? Continue reading “Justin Bieber, One Direction fans attack Lorde, her boyfriend with racist tweets”